The Canadian Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong is a proactive, non-government body representing more than 700 Canadian and non-Canadian members of every size with business interests in Canada, Hong Kong and Mainland China.
ABiCC is the cooperative association for the bi-national chambers of commerce and similar membership based not-for-profit international business organizations in South Florida.
The Australian Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong was formed in 1987 to facilitate business development and networking opportunities for traders, importers and exporters in Australia and Hong Kong.
Represents Belgian business in the US
The British Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong is an independent, non-government body which represents some 500 companies of all sizes, employing over 250,000 people in Hong Kong, and sharing common business interests linking Britain, the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, and Mainland China.
The Canada-Arab Business Council (CABC) promotes and enhances two way commercial relations between Canadian companies and companies from the Middle East and North Africa.
Represents interests of Icelandic business in the US
The Israel-Canada Chamber of Commerce & Industry is a voluntary organization of companies, based in Israel, and individuals dedicated to the promotion and enhancement of two-way trade and investment between Israel and Canada.
Chamber representing Italian business interests in the US
An organization that promotes trade between the USA and all 20 Countries of the Arab World.
Official Web site of the US based Chamber
The Swedish-American Chamber of Commerce, Inc. (SACCNY) was founded in 1906 and is the oldest organization of its kind outside Sweden.
An independent, non-profit organization of businesses united to promote trade and investment between the United States and Angola.
The U.S.-Cuba Trade and Economic Council is the first and only business organization within the United States to have established relationships with and received the written support and cooperation of the Chamber of Commerce of the Republic of Cuba, the Ministry of Foreign Trade of the Republic of Cuba, the Ministry for Foreign Investment and Economic Cooperation of the Republic of Cuba, the Ministry of Tourism of the Republic of Cuba, the Ministry of Public Health of the Republic of Cuba, the Ministry of the Steel-Mechanical and Electronic Industry of the Republic of Cuba, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Cuba, and the National Assembly of the Republic of Cuba.
Mission is to strengthen U.S.-Indian relations and to enable Indian and American business decision-makers to conduct a continuing dialogue on bilateral economic relations.
Promotes commercial relations between the United States and the State of Qatar.
Nonprofit bilateral business-to-business forum established to expand the commercial relationship between the U.S. and Thailand.
A mixed private/public sector forum to promote stronger bilateral commercial relations between the USA and Turkey
Nonprofit trade association, was formed in early 1993. The Council's mission is to expand and enhance the U.S.- Russian commercial relationship. The Council represents the interests of its members in a variety of ways including: issue advocacy with both the U.S. and Russian governments; company specific assistance in the form of troubleshooting and new business development; providing information and analysis to supportbusiness decisions; and providing access and networking opportunities such as briefings with government officials and similar events with representatives of the Russian private sector.
The United States of America-China Chamber of Commerce (USCCC) is a bi-national, not for profit membership organization dedicated to facilitating trade and investment between the United States and China. USCCC assists American and Chinese companies and the general public in understanding the economic and cultural considerations relevant to doing business successfully in both countries.