NCCIBD aims to attract foreign direct investment to develop downstream industries and the necessary infrastructure at Sungai Liang and second to develop Pulau Muara Besar. Secondly, the undertaking of a study to identify and prioritize industrial clusters with growth potential to complement these two major sites.
CCC is to strengthen the relationship of the cooperation between Chamber of Commerce to the whole local and international organization, especially, between Cambodia Chamber of Commerce and International Business/Trade Associations around the World. It is as well to the private firms in all types of business sectors. To be firmly represented the Private Sector to gain the mutual benefit for a cause of securing business environment--the better for all in the future.
KADIN stands for 'Kamar Dagang dan Industri', or Chamber of Commerce and Industry. It is the umbrella organization of the Indonesian business chambers and associations. KADIN is focused on all matters relating to trade, industry and services, and is highly committed to tapping potentials and synergies of the national economy, offering a strategic forum for Indonesian entrepreneurs. It is privately financed, hence an independent spokesperson of private sector interests.
KADIN Batam is enhancing business community of Batam to be strong and highly competitive based on local real resources and capable to balance inter-relationship of local economy potential in creating Batam as a port of civilized world. It creates the condition of achieving the capability of competitiveness for Batam business community as the preparation in facing globalization era.
LNCCI established in 1989 is an independent body which represents the business community in Lao PDR. It is the nexus between state and private enterprises and represents employers, groups and joint ventures across all agencies that have been established under the laws of Lao PDR. It currently has more than 1000 members represented through Chambers of Commerce in 13 provinces and business associations and groups. That makes LNCCI the largest and most representative business community in Lao PDR.
is Malaysia's premier economic organisation. Since its establishment in 1968, the FMM has consistently led Malaysian manufacturers in spearheading the nation's growth and modernisation. Today, as the largest private sector economic organisation in Malaysia representing over 2,500 manufacturing and in-dustrial service companies of varying sizes, the FMM is the officially recognised and acknowledged voice of the industry.
UMFCCI was founded in 1919 as the Burmese Chamber of Commerce and upgraded as a federation in 1999 in line with the adoption of the market-oriented economic policy. At the apex of the Chambers and Associations in the country,the UMFCCI stands as a national level non-governmental organization representing and safeguarding the interest of private business sector.
PCCI is the voice of Philippine business recognized by government and international institutions. As a proactive catalyst of development, PCCI promotes and supports the drive for globally competitive Philippine enterprises in partnership with government, local chambers, and other business organizations. The main responsibility of PCCI is to provide focused advocacy for business growth and sustainable development by providing business services for the advancement of grassroots entrepreneurships, chamber development, international trade relations, business innovation and excellence, and operating efficiency.
PHILEXPORT is the umbrella organization of Philippine exporters accredited under the Export Development Act (EDA) of 1994. It is a non-stock, non-profit private organization born out of the unification of the Philippine Exporters Foundation and the Confederation of Philippine Exporters last August 1992. It is mandated to strengthen the country's export industry through its export promotion and development programs.
SBF is the apex business chamber that champions the interests of the Singapore business community in trade, investment and industrial relations. It represents more than 18,000 companies as well as the local and foreign business chambers and key national and industry associations from business sectors that contribute significantly to the Singapore economy.
Established first in 1924 as the Indian Merchants Association, the Singapore Indian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (SICCI) is an independent, not-for-profit organization with over 700 members. Today, it is a platform for enhancing interaction and information exchange for business promotion and development for its members. It is also a unified body representing the Indian business community serving as a spokesman to the private and public sector organizations in Singapore.
TCC is the leading non-profit organization promoting Thai businesses and manufacturing companies. The TCC helps businesses face the challenges of foreign markets and reinforces their competitive edge. Since its inception 80 years ago it has walked a long way and has established itself as a major patron and organizer of events that are directed towards propagating new developments in the industrial sectors in the region.
FTI is the private sector administrative juristic person to serve as the core organization and also as the centre for all Thai industries in the kingdom. It is a non-profit organization with the main duties of promoting and supporting the industry focusing on both developing sustainable growth for all industrial operations in the country.
VCCI protect and assist business enterprises, to contribute to the socio-economic development of the country and to promote economic, commercial and technological co-operations between Vietnam and the rest of the world on the basis of equality and mutual benefit.
The CCPIT are to operate and promote foreign trade, to use foreign investment, to introduce advanced foreign technologies, to conduct activities of Sino-foreign economic and technological cooperation in various forms, to promote the development of economic and trade relations between China and other countries and regions around the world, and to promote the mutual understanding and friendship between China and peoples and economic and trade circles of all nations around the world, in line with law and government policies of the People's Republic of China.
China Council for the Promotion of International Trade Electronics and Information Industry Sub-council (CCPITECC) is an industrial sub-council of CCPIT, and also an affiliate under the direct leadership of the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology of People's Republic of China (MIIT). CCPITECC is dedicated exclusively to international economic and technological research, international exchange and cooperation, international trade promotion, WTO and legal services, policy and information consulting etc.
The Japan Chamber of Commerce and Industry is the central organization to which all local chambers of commerce belong. As an opinion leader in economic circles, JCCI represents the local chambers by presenting their suggestions to the government and other bodies, and helping implement them. JCCI also plays an important role in the dissemination of information concerning government policies and programs. and the promotion of nationwide projects.
Representing the interests of Korea's global traders, KITA serves a diverse range of roles including: providing hands-on support to trade companies, drawing trade cooperation from the private sector, formulating new trade strategies, nurturing trade professionals and building trade infrastructure. With a widely established network of 11 domestic offices and 8 overseas branches in major cities, KITA has consolidated its position as a leading business organization dedicated to assisting SMEs in gaining foreign market entry and has actively contributed towards Korea's recent achievement of 1 trillion dollars in trade volume.