U.S. Chamber of Commerce

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U.S. Chamber of Commerce

An organization in the United States representing the interests of private businesses. It lobbies for legislation perceived to be favorable to business. For instance, it supports free trade and deregulation. It was established in 1912 and is based in Washington, D.C.
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In Washington, HE Sheikh Abdullah met with President and CEO of the US Chamber of Commerce Thomas J Donohue, as well as representatives of major US companies operating in Qatar.
Visit the US Chamber of Commerce website to learn more about the one-day summit.
Chavern, executive vice president and chief operating officer of the US Chamber of Commerce, in the presence of a number of officials from both Shurooq and the US Chamber of Commerce.
I wanted the opportunity to come to Kuwait to both learn about the economic and business opportunities, and also tell the story about US business and how our members at the US Chamber of Commerce can help to meet the objectives of Kuwaiti economy," David Chavern, executive vice president and chief operating officer at the US Chamber of Commerce said in an interview with KUNA.
David Chavern asserted keenness on the part of the US Chamber of Commerce on developing bilateral economic cooperation between the two friendly countries in various spheres.
The delegation will be a fully sanctioned business-to-business trip organised by the US-Libya Chamber of Commerce with technical support from the US Chamber of Commerce in Washington.
The organisation claimed payments of $10,000 per member were made directly to the US Chamber of Commerce in Washington, which it alleges has launched a major campaign against Democrat politicians in the US.