TAIWAN


1. COUNCIL FOR ECONOMIC PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT

ESTABLISHED: 1977

MISSION: The Council is a part of the Executive Yuan (i.e., the Cabinet) which it serves in an advisory capacity. It is primarily responsible for: overall planning for national economic development; evaluating development projects, proposed actions, measures, and programs submitted to the Executive Yuan; coordinating economic policy and activities of related ministries and agencies; and monitoring the implementation of development projects, measures, and programs. The Council works objectively and impartially towards integrating the views of different agencies and achieving a consensus so as to facilitate decision-making by the Executive Yuan.

MEMBERSHIP:

a. COMPOSITION (Number of members per sector):

Ministries and governmental agencies:   11
Non-Governmental Organizations:          0
Academic/Research Institutions:          0
Business/Productive Sector:              0
Others:                                  0
TOTAL NUMBER OF MEMBERS:	          11
b. LIST OF MEMBERS/ORGANIZATIONS:

CHAIRMAN:  Li-Teh Hsu, Vice Premier
Wang, Chou-Ming, Minister of State
Huang, Ta-Chou, Member of the CEPD
Lin, Chen-Kuo, Minister of Finance
Chiang, Ping-Kung, Minister of Economic Affairs
Liu, Chao-Shiuan, Minister of Transportation and Communications
Chao, Shou-Pou, Secretary-General of the Executive Yuan
Liang, Kuo-Shu, Governor of the Central Bank
Wang, Kun, Director-General of Budget, Accounting and Statistics
Sun, Ming-Hsien, Chairman of the Council of Agriculture
Hsieh, Shen-Shan, Chairman of the Council of Labor Affairs
Chang, Lung-Sheng, Administrator of the Environmental Protection Administration