Policy influence

Participation in external Organizations

Compal actively participates in industry associations and cross-field organizations to expand cooperation with companies and promote industry-government-academia cooperation. We also respond to government policy initiatives, and assist in the study of policy recommendations and planning.

Contributions and Other Spending:


Lobbying, interest representation or similar

Local, regional or national political campaigns / organizations / candidates

Trade associations or tax-exempt groups (e.g. think tanks)

Other (e.g. spending related to ballot measures or referendums)

Total contributions and other spending
NT Dollars NT Dollars NT Dollars NT Dollars NT Dollars
2019 0 0 1,733,725 0 1,733,725
2020 0 0 1,795,475 0 1,795,475
2021 0 0 1,609,925 0 1,609,925
2022 0 0 1,766,300 0 1,766,300

Largest Contributions and Expenditures:

Association Name Category Member / Support or Oppose Description of Engagement

Total contributions and spending

NT Dollars
Responsible Business Alliance (RBA)

Trade associations or tax-exempt groups (e.g. think tanks)

Member / Support

Fully support the vision and objectives of the RBA and promote the RBA Code of Conduct 1,412,100
Taiwan Institute for Sustainable Energy (TAISE)

Member / Support

Promote sustainable development works and policy initiatives; Expand social impact 140,000
SINOCON Industrial Standards Foundation

Member / Support

Develop technology talents through training, supporting public welfare, and promoting technology education 100,000


Updated on July 10, 2023