All-China Federation of Industry and Commerce
Established in 1953 under the leadership of the Communist Party of China, the All-China Federation of Industry and Commerce (ACFIC), also known as the All-China General Chamber of Industry and Commerce (ACGCIC), is a group of the masses and a chamber of commerce oriented toward the business circle and with the enterprises and personages of the non-public economy as its main entity. It is a channel for the CPC and the government to liaise with the personages of the non-public economy, and an aide of the government in administering and serving the non-public economy. The work of ACFIC is a key component of the CPC’s united front and economic work. The cause of ACFIC is an important part of Socialism with Chinese characteristics.

ACFIC is a key organization of the CPC-led united front and a key unit of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference, with basic characteristics of the united front, the economy and the masses.

ACFIC upholds the flag of Socialism with Chinese characteristics. It is guided by the Deng Xiaoping theory, the thoughts of “Three Represents” and the Concept of Scientific Development. It clings to the CPC leadership, and the basic economic system with the public economy as the main component and the co-existence of the economies of various ownerships. Its work centers on economic construction, serves the big picture of the CPC work and the whole country, and focuses on the healthy growth of the non-public economy and its personages. It participates in the China’s construction of Socialist economy, politics, culture, society and ecological civilization, and contributes to building China into a rich, strong, democratic, civilized and harmonious Socialist modern nation, and achieving complete national reunification and rejuvenation.

No.70,West Deshengmen Street
Xicheng District
Beijing, 100035
Tel: 0086-10-58050738

China Chamber of Commerce for Import and Export of Light Industrial Products and Arts-Crafts (CCCLA)
Founded in 1988, China Chamber of Commerce for Import and Export of Light Industrial Products and Arts-Crafts (CCCLA) is, in accordance with relevant rules and regulations, a self-ruling organization composed of enterprises engaged in import and export business of light industrial products and arts-crafts. CCCLA 's membership has exceeded 6000 by the end of 2004.

CCCLA has the following functions:
1. To maintain the business order of import and export, safeguard the interest of its member enterprises and coordinate their operation activities.
2. To provide information services to its member enterprises and organize seminars and training at home and abroad.
3. To provide legal consulting services to its member enterprises.
4. To organize its member enterprises to attend trade fairs and conduct market researches at home and abroad.
5. To convey enterprises’ requests, advices and suggestions on policy-making to the government on behalf of the industry as a whole.
6. To establish relationship and have exchanges with its domestic and overseas counterparts.
The highest authority of CCCLA is its Member Congress, with the Board of Directors and Board of Standing Directors under it. CCCLA has 6 departments and 18 Sub-Chamber (coordination groups) dealing with the daily work.

10 /F, (Pan-Jia-Yuan-Da-Sha) Bldg. 12, Pan-Jia-Yuan Nan-Li, Chaoyang District,
Beijing, 100021,
Tel: 86 10 67732707
Fax: 86 10 67732698 67732689

The Chinese General Chamber of Commerce
The Chinese General Chamber of Commerce is a non-profit-making organization of local Chinese firms and businessmen. Founded in 1900, it is one of the oldest and largest chambers of commerce in Hong Kong. At present, the Chamber has a membership of over 6,000, comprising association, company and individual members. Members' businesses cover a wide spectrum of commercial and industrial activities in the territory, including manufacturing, imports and exports, banking, insurance, real estates, building and construction, information technology, professional services, transport and communication, foods, retail and wholesale, catering and tourism, etc.

Ever since its establishment, the Chamber aims at serving the community and advancing with time. It provides the business community a forum for the exchange of business information and an avenue for fostering regional and international communication and promoting trade and commerce. The Chamber maintains close contacts with trade associations and Chinese chambers all over the world, in particular those in Mainland China. It has been playing an active role in promoting external trade and attracting foreign investment in the Mainland. To support China's open door policy, the Chamber has been organizing Training Courses for senior officials and executives from the Mainland since 1982.

Being the voice of local businessmen, the Chamber actively involves itself in social affairs. The Chamber has representatives in the Legislative Council, Hong Kong Monetary Authority, Information Technology and Broadcasting Bureau, and Education and Manpower Bureau. It is also represented on a number of boards and committees of various public and private bodies, including the Hong Kong Trade Development Council, the ICAC, the Hong Kong Food Council, the Hong Kong Shippers' Council, as well as the Manpower Development Committee and the Labour Advisory Board in the SAR government. Moreover, frequent dialogue is maintained with various government departments and the Chamber's views on all government policies related to business are often sought. The Chamber has been strongly supporting the HKSAR government in all respects. It also devotes itself to contribute towards Hong Kong's stability, prosperity, and the implementation of "One Country Two Systems", "Hong Kong People Running Hong Kong".

The Chamber celebrated its centenary anniversary in 2000. It was honourable and most encouraging that the Chamber received a calligraphy from President Jiang Zemin. Mr Li Ruihuan, Chairman of the Chinese People's Political Consultation Conference, came to Hong Kong to attend its anniversary festivities. Over 400 guests from the Central People's Government, the provincial and municipal governments, business representatives from over 40 Chinese chambers from the Mainland, Macau, Taiwan and overseas also came to celebrate the Chamber's 100th Anniversary.

In view of the rapid technological development and globalization of the world economy in the new millennium, the Chamber determines to advance with time and explore business opportunities in joint efforts with its members, in order to develop Hong Kong into a metropolis, which is highly efficient and international market-oriented.

The American Chamber of Commerce
in the People's Republic of China
The Office Park, Tower AB, 6th Floor
No. 10 Jintongxi Road, Beijing, 100020, PRC
Tel: (8610) 8519-0800
Fax: (86-10) 8519-0899

The British Chamber of Commerce in China
The British Chamber of Commerce in China is a membership organisation for British business focused on boosting UK-China trade and investment. We operate as an independent, not-for-profit organisation with a strong and diverse membership. With over two decades' worth of business experience in China, we provide intelligence, advice, and networking opportunities for our members, helping their business grow in one of the world’s fastest growing markets.

The British Chamber of Commerce in China
The British Business Centre
Room 1001, China Life Tower
16 Chaoyangmenwai Dajie
Beijing 100020
Tel: +86 (0)10 8525 1111
Fax: +86 (0)10 8525 1001

The European Union Chamber of Commerce
The European Union Chamber of Commerce in China was founded in 2000 by 51 member companies that shared a goal of establishing a common voice for the various business sectors of the European Union and European businesses operating in China. It is a members-driven, non-profit, fee-based organisation with a core structure of 43 Working Groups and Fora representing European business in China.

The European Chamber now has more than 1,800 members in 7 chapters operating in 10 cities: Beijing, Southwest China (Chengdu and Chongqing), Nanjing, South China (Guangzhou and Shenzhen), Shanghai, Shenyang and Tianjin. Each chapter is managed at the local level by local boards reporting directly to the Executive Committee.

The Chamber is recognised by the European Commission and the Chinese Authorities as the official voice of European business in China. It is recognised as a Foreign Chamber of Commerce with the Ministry of Commerce and China Council for the Promotion of International Trade.

The European Chamber is part of the growing network of European Business Organisations (EBO). This network connects European business associations and chambers of commerce from 20 non-EU countries around the world.

Beijing Lufthansa Center,
Office C412,
50 Liangmaqiao Road,
Beijing, 100125,
P.R. China POSTCODE 100125
T +86 (10) 6462 2066
F +86 (10) 6462 2067