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CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. A society of the principal merchants and traders of a city, who meet to promote the general trade and commerce of the place. Some of these are incorporated, as in Philadelphia.

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The delegation was organized by the American Chamber of Commerce in South China with great support and direct involvement by the US foreign commercial service of the US Consulate General in Guangzhou and their coordination with their San Antonio office and at the invitation of the Free Trade Alliance San Antonio.
The American Chamber of Commerce in Qatar (AmCham Qatar), a key forum for American businesses to pursue common commercial interests and build relationships in Qatar hosted its Fourth Annual Golf Tournament at the Doha Golf Club this week.
He founded the American Chamber of Commerce in Sofia.
An honouring ceremony held on the occasion in Washington was attended by President and CEO of Arab American Chamber of Commerce (AACC) David Hammoud and 250 business leaders, government officials and ambassadors of Arab countries to the US.
Source: The American Chamber of Commerce in Shanghai, www.amcham-shanghai.org/AmchamPortal.
American Chamber of Commerce in Jordan Celebrates Tenth Anniversary
BEIRUT: Lebanese American Chamber of Commerce President and CEO John Akouri presented the Mayor of Detroit, Michigan, with a request that by executive order, he designate Lebanese-American businesspersons and their companies to the status of Minority.
to American Chamber of Commerce members, with participation of the barista delegates.
Sink, president of the Greater Concord Chamber of Commerce, has earned the designation certified chamber executive from the American Chamber of Commerce Executives.
President Mary McAleese attended the American Chamber of Commerce luncheon in Dublin.
Hauser was one of 30 fellows chosennationwideby the American Chamber of Commerce Executives.
The distinguished panel was moderated my Miller Canfield attorney Jerome Watson, and included William Brooks, Africans American Business Alliance: Denise Yee, Asian pacific American Chamber of Commerce: Subash Kelkar, Indo American Chamber of Commerce; Jumena Juden, Judeh & Associates; Raymond Lozano, Michigan Hispanic Chamber of Commerce; and Victor Naidu, TiE Detroit.

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