State-owned Enterprises Commission

Coordinates: 25°02′29.4″N 121°30′39.1″E / 25.041500°N 121.510861°E / 25.041500; 121.510861

The State-owned Enterprises Commission (SEC; Chinese: 經濟部國營事業委員會; pinyin: Jīngjì Bù Guóyíng Shìyè Wěiyuánhuì) is the government agency of the Ministry of Economic Affairs of the Taiwan (ROC) in charge of supervising the management and operation of state-owned enterprises.

State-owned Enterprises Commission
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Agency overview
Formed1952 (as National Corporations Department)
2003 (as SEC)
JurisdictionTaiwan (ROC)
HeadquartersZhongzheng, Taipei
Parent agencyMinistry of Economic Affairs


SEC was originally established as National Corporations Department in 1952. In 1965, it was restructured to the Commission for the Commercialization of National Corporations. In 1969, it was reorganized to become the Commission of National Corporations. In 2003, it was renamed the State-owned Enterprise Commission.[1]

Organizational structuresEdit

  • First Division
  • Second Division
  • Third Division
  • Fourth Division
  • Personnel Office
  • Accounting Office
  • Government Ethics Office[2]


The headquarter office is accessible within walking distance south of Ximen Station of Taipei Metro.

See alsoEdit


  1. ^ "Look at History - Profile of Moeasec - State-owned Enterprise Commission ,Ministry of Economic Affairs ,R.O.C".
  2. ^ "Department - Profile of Moeasec - State-owned Enterprise Commission ,Ministry of Economic Affairs ,R.O.C".