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Chambers of Commerce

American Chamber of Commerce of the Philippines (AMCHAM)

The American Chamber of Commerce of the Philippines was established in July 1902, making it one of the oldest Chambers here in the Philippines. AmCham regularly consults with Philippine government officials, agencies and bureaus, as well as business, community and civic leaders with standing committees that deal with relevant issues affecting Philippine business and industries.

  • Address: 2/F Corinthian Plaza, Paseo de Roxas St., Makati City
  • Phone: (632) 818-7911 to 13; 815-4899; 815-4849euro
  • Fax: (632) 811-3081; 815-4849


Australian-New Zealand Chamber of Commerce Philippines (ANZCHAM)

The Australia and New Zealand Chamber of Commerce is one of the oldest and most active Chambers in the Philippines. Last year marked the celebration of its 30th anniversary. Its main goal is to support and promote the business relationships between the Philippines, Australia and New  Zealand with the hope of developing and maintaining a strong partnership and cooperation with people and industries that are instrumental in the growth and promotion of the economy, business and trade.


  • Address: Unit C, 3/F Glass Tower, 115 C. Palanca Street, Legaspi Village, Makati City, Metro Manila
  • Phone:  (632) 954-1254
  • Fax: (632) 954-1566


Australia Philippines Business Council (APBC)

The Australia Philippines Business Council was established in 1975 with the primary aim of promoting trade, investment and technical cooperation between Australia and the Philippines. It has also gained close association with the Australian and Philippine embassies and relevant Ministers.


Belgian Filipino Business Club

Address: 9belgian_filipino/F, Multinational Bancorporation Center, 6805 Ayala Ave., Makati City

Phone: (632) 843-69-82 or 84
Fax: (632) 843-69-85


British Chamber of Commerce of the Philippines (BCCP)

BCCP Logo4The British Chamber of Commerce Philippines (BCCP) is an independent, non-profit membership organization whose primary objective is to support the development of its members’ business and social interests in the British and Philippine communities, helping them achieve their objectives.

The British Chamber is a dynamic organization and is the recognized voice of the British business community in the Philippines, promoting members’ interests with government and business bodies in the Philippines and Britain, in collaboration with British Embassy Manila, UK Trade and Investment (UKTI) and other partners.

  • Address: BCCP Business Centre, C/O The British Embassy, 120 Upper McKinley Road, McKinley Hill, Taguig City 1634, Metro Manila, Philippines
  • Phone: (632) 858 2255 / 2372 /2373
  • Fax: (632) 858 2390
  • Email:
  • Website:


Canadian Chamber of Commerce of the Philippines (CanCham)

The Canadian Chamber of Commerce of the Philippines was established in 1989 and registered with the Philippines Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) as a non-profit organization and it primarily supports and promotes Canadian-Filipino business interests. Some of its principal objectives are to represent the collective business interests of the membership, increase the business profile and Canadian connection of the members, advocate improvements in the Philippine business environment to benefit members and assist Canadian business to get established in the Philippines.

  • Address: Unit 1406 Antel 2000 Corp. Center, 121 Valero St., Salcedo Village, Makati City
  • Phone: (632) 843-6457/66/77
  • Fax: (632) 843-6469
  • Email:,,


European Chamber of Commerce of the Philippines (ECCP)

The European Chamber of Commerce of the Philippines is a bilateral foreign chamber that promotes European interests in the Philippines as well as Philippine interests in Europe. It offers a strong business network that potentially translates to multiple business opportunities. Some of its objectives are helping members to gain access to emerging business opportunities, assist members in internationalizing their business, offer members marketing opportunities and create networking opportunities for our members.

  • Address: 19th floor, Philippine AXA Life Center, Sen. Gil Puyat cor. Tindalo St.,  Makati City
  • Phone: (632) 845-1324
  • Fax: (632) 759-6690; 815-2979;845-1395;845-1323; 845-2728
  • Email:


Federation of Filipino-Chinese Chamber of Commerce & Industry, Inc.

The Federation of Filipino-Chinese Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Inc. was established in 1954 and has worked to channel its efforts to unite the Chinese-Filipino community, promote the growth of business and implement social welfare projects to bring about the development and progress for the whole country. Some of its objectives are cooperate with the Philippine Government in the implementation of national policies, foster and encourage the development and growth of trade industries in the Philippines and promote the integration of local Chinese community into the mainstream of Philippines body politics


  • Address: 6th Floor Federation Center, Muelle de Binondo St., Manila
  • Phone: (632) 241-9201/05
  • Fax: (632) 242-2361; 242-2689
  • Email:


French Chamber of Commerce and Industry in the Philippines

The French Chamber of Commerce and Industry in the Philippines has a colourful history: It was first created on 14 July 1919 and was recognized by the local authorities on 26 July of the same year. It  disappeared during the second world war and had a rebirth in 1948, spurred by W.A. Miailhe. Then it had a renaissance in 1988. It organizes activities that will benefit the economy like participation in trade faires with a Pavilion which groups together SMEs from France. Agrilink, Afex, PowerTrends and Inahgen are trade fairs it has joined, Organization of commercial missions in the Philippines for French companies and Employment service for young Frenchmen/women in search of work  opportunities in the Philippines.

  • Address: Unit 2901, 88 Corporate Center Sedeno cor. Valero Sts. Salcedo Village, Makati City
  • Phone: +632 831 6374 to 77
  • Email:
  • Website:


Indian Chamber of Commerce Phils. Inc.

  • Address: Rm. 1803, Cityland 10 Condominium Tower 1 6815 Ayala Avenue, Makati City
  • Phone: (632) 844-72-22, 814-09-18
  • Fax: (632) 844-69-83
  • Email:
  • President: Mr. Ram SITALDAS


Japanese Chamber of Commerce & Industry of the Philippines, Inc.

  • Address : 22nd Floor Trident Tower 312 Sen. Gil Puyat Ave., Salcedo Village Makati City
  • Phone: (632) 892-3233; 816-6877
  • Fax: (632) 815-0317
  • Email:


Korean Chamber of Commerce of the Philippines, Inc. (KCCP)

The Korean Chamber of Commerce of the Philippines was established in February 1994 by representatives fro the different Korean associations in the Philippines. Some of its main objectives are promoting and developing trade, commerce and industries between the Republic of Korea and Republic of the Philippines, coordinating the efforts of the two countries’ leaders devoted to the legitimate economic development and industrialization of the Philippines and promoting Korean investments in the Philippines and guiding investors to easily adapt in the Philippines.

  • Address: 1104 Antel 2000 Corporate Center, 121 Valero St., Salcedo Village, Makati City
  • Phone: (632) 885-7342
  • Fax: (632) 885-7343
  • Email:


Official Spanish Chamber of Commerce & Navigation in the Philippines, Inc.

  • Address: 2658 Maytubig St., Malate, Manila
  • Phone: (632) 404-1072; 551-7220
  • Fax: (632) 404-1073; 522-9703; 551-7411
  • Email:,


Philippine Chamber of Commerce and  Industry

The Philippine Chamber of Commerce and Industry is a combination of the Chamber of Commerce of the Philippines (CCP), established on 1903 and the Philippine Chamber of Industries (PCI), established barely half a century later. The marriage of these chambers gave birth to the PCCO and was recognized and bestowed the designation as the country’s “single voice of business”. It provides focused advocacy for business growth and sustainable development by providing business services for the advancement grassroots entrepreneurship, chamber development, international trade relations, business innovation and excellence, and operating efficiency.  These will be achieved through a professional organization working in close cooperation with various stakeholders in public and private sectors.

  • Address: 3rd Floor Commerce and Industry Plaza, 1030 Campus Avenue cor. Park Avenue, McKinley Town Center, Fort Bonifacio, Taguig City
  • Phone: (632) 846-8196
  • Fax: (632) 846-8619
  • E-mail:


Singapore Philippines Association

spalogoAddress: #47 2/F, Dapitan St., Pasay City
Fax: (632) 400-05-86
President: Mr. Lee Eng KEE

Taiwan Chamber of Commerce (Philippines), Inc.

  • Address: 1405 Global Tower M. Reyes cor. Mascardo St., Bangkal Makati City
  • Phone: (632) 892-90-09
  • Fax: (632) 819-03-23
  • Email:
  • President: Mr. Andy LAI