关于商会 / About CCCUK
The China Chamber of Commerce in the UK (CCCUK) was founded in 2001 (previously known as the China Enterprises Association in Britain), mainly consists of Chinese enterprises in the UK and Chinese economic and trade organisations. The CCCUK is a non-profit organisation representing and serving interests of Chinese enterprises, aiming to promote China-UK economic and trade relations.
In September 2015, China Enterprises Association in Britain was re-named as the China Chamber of Commerce in the UK. CCCUK aims to establish close relations with British companies, trade promotion organisations, chambers of commerce, business associations and appropriate UK government departments, to organise and participate in business activities and events both in China and in the UK and to provide services to Chinese enterprises in Britain to assist their establishment and future growth.
At present, there are nearly 200 member enterprises, covering dozens of sectors, including finance, insurance, telecommunications, energy products, technical manufacturing, real estate construction, transportation and shipping, trading, government agencies, media press, commercial services etc. CCCUK has 24 board member companies, and four committees including, Financial Committee, Trade Committee, Technology Committee and Supervisory & Management Committee.
With support from the Chinese Embassy in the UK, under the leadership of the Economic and Commercial Counsellor’s Office, and the CCCUK Standing Committee, as well as collective efforts of all enterprise members, the CCCUK has grown into an important force representing business interests of Chinese enterprises in the UK and launching external activities as well.