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AmChamAmerican Chamber of Commerce (overseas affiliate in about 60 countries of US Chamber of Commerce, with local and US members in each host country)
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Gary Deaton, national director of Services AMERICAN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE OF MEXICO, and David Stamey, of the State of North Carolina-Mexico Office.
The American Chamber of Commerce concludes that data protection must be based on Codes of good conduct drawn up by industry and that these measures should be backed up by technical provisions.
He also said that he reiterated to the American Chamber of Commerce about the potential business opportunities in the sectors of infrastructure development, agro processing, health, export base manufacturing and tourism industry.
Summary: The American Chamber of Commerce of in Tunisia hosted on May 25, 2016 a delegation of the American Council of Young Political Leaders (ACYPL), who were making their third visit
senior vice president of business development for the Detroit Regional Chamber, received the Chevalier of the National Order of Merit from France at the French American Chamber of Commerce Annual Gala Dinner.
The American Chamber of Commerce of the Dominican Republic will celebrate the second "Expo Internacional" from March 17-21, at the V Centenario Intercontinental Hotel in Santo Domingo, reports CANA (December 29, 1998):
Vice Prime Minister Olexandr Vilkul and newly appointed president of the American Chamber of Commerce in Ukraine Bernard Casey discussed the possible cooperation in transport, construction, tourism, energy saving technology.
Hastick, founder, president, and CEO of the Caribbean American Chamber of Commerce and Industry (CACCI), an organization with more than 1,500 members providing business development seminars; guidance in loan packaging; legal, accounting, and bookkeeping services; and training programs.
More than 300 attendees discussed key regional issues at the conference, sponsored by the Association of American Chambers of Commerce in Latin America (AACCLA) and hosted by the American Chamber of Commerce of Panama.
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