Sean Chen (politician)

Sean Chen
Chen Chun
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Premier of the Republic of China
In office
6 February 2012 - 1 February 2013
PresidentMa Ying-jeou
DeputyJiang Yi-huah
Preceded byWu Den-yih
Succeeded byJiang Yi-huah
Vice Premier of the Republic of China
In office
17 May 2010 - 6 February 2012
PremierWu Den-yih
Preceded byEric Chu
Succeeded byJiang Yi-huah
Minister of Consumer Protection Commission of the Executive Yuan
In office
17 May 2010 - 31 December 2011
Preceded byEric Chu
Succeeded byLiu Ching-fang
Chairperson of Financial Supervisory Commission of the Executive Yuan
In office
1 December 2008 - 17 May 2010
Preceded byGordon Chen
Succeeded byChen Yuh-chang
Deputy Minister of Finance of the Republic of China
In office
MinisterPaul Chiu
Shea Jia-dong
Yen Ching-chang
Lee Yung-san
Personal details
Born(1949-10-13) 13 October 1949 (age 67)
Nationality Republic of China
Political partyNaval Jack of the Republic of China.svg Kuomintang
Alma materNational Taiwan University


Chen Chun (Chinese language: 陳冲; pinyin: Chén Chōng; blessed 13 Oct 1949), also called Sean Chen in British, is a previous Premier from the Republic of China, an associate from the ruling Kuomintang Party.


Chen was created in Taiwan. He gained a BA level (1971) and MA level (1973) in laws from the Country wide Taiwan University.


FSC Chairmanship

Sean Chen's popularity grew in Taiwan when he was the Chairman from the Financial Supervisory Percentage who signed 3 Memoranda of Understanding along with his Mainland Chinese language counter celebrations in January 2010 in neuro-scientific Bank, Insurance and Purchases. This was seen as a main milestone in furthering financial ties using the Chinese language, allowing Taiwanese finance institutions usage of the Mainland's huge and fast developing markets. Inside a conversation with Sam Radwan that made an appearance in an content in Bloomberg Businessweek he demonstrated confidence that he'd have the ability to accomplish preferential treatment for Taiwan in what's regarded as by many international financial services organizations to be always a marketplace where Chinese language regulators never have provided an even playing field.

ROC Premiership

On 6 Feb 2012, Chen was appointed Leading from the Republic of China in succession to Wu Den-yih. After twelve months of economic difficulties and considerable general public criticism, he stepped down from his workplace on wellness grounds on 1 Feb 2013, to become replaced from the Vice Leading Jiang Yi-huah.

Cross-strait relations

In March 2012, Chen gave his take on cross-strait relations in the Legislative Yuan. He agrees towards the One-China plan, which China may be the Republic of China. Chinese language mainland area is one of the same nation as Taiwan region, but it's that Mainland China isn't beneath the effective control of the ROC authorities.

See also

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