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Affiliations

Affiliations
United States Chamber of Commerce

The US Chamber of Commerce improves the ability of US businesses to compete in the global marketplace by providing its members valuable tools and resources, as well as cutting-edge events that bring world leaders to its members. The U.S. Chamber's experts, policy specialists, lobbyists, and lawyers, make up the world's largest not-for-profit business federation, representing 3,000,000 businesses, 2,800 state and local chambers, 830 business associations and 102 American Chambers of Commerce abroad. More than 96% of U.S. Chamber members are small businesses with 100 employees or fewer.

Asia-Pacific Council of American Chambers (APCAC)

The Asia-Pacific Council of American Chambers of Commerce (APCAC) is the umbrella group of AmChams in the A/P region. Formed in 1968 and with a membership of 27 independent member AmChams located in 21 economies of the Asia-Pacific Region, APCAC represents the growing interests of over 10,000 business entities and over 50,000 business executives. The APCAC membership manages trade volumes in excess of US$400 billion and direct investments (FDI) of over US$300 billion as of October 2009

The Embassy of The United States of America in Sri Lanka & The Maldives (Colombo)

The US Embassy in Colombo is leading the American Government's efforts at promoting and defending American interests in Sri Lanka and the Maldives..

The Ceylon Chamber of Commerce
Federation of Chambers of Commerce and Industry of Sri Lanka
Sri Lanka Association of Software Service Companies
The National Chamber of Commerce of Sri Lanka
Sri Lanka Foundation
Chamber Of Commerce And Industries Of Yalpanam
USA - Sri Lanka Chamber of Commerce
Related Links
  • NCAPEC-APCAC Report: Leveraging APEC to Create New Jobs through Increased Trade and Economic Growth
  • US Chamber of Commerce Reports & Studies
  • The US Chamber regularly commissions reports on the various issues that affect business. Topics range from "Access to Capital: What Funding Sources Work for You?" to "Top 10 Environmental Myths" and AmCham members will find many of the issues to be relevant to their own businesses.
  • www.uschamber.com/publications/reports
  • European Council of American Chambers of Commerce (ECACC)
  • Founded in 1963, the EUROPEAN COUNCIL OF AMERICAN CHAMBERS OF COMMERCE (ECACC) today represents the corporate interests of more than 17.000 American and European companies, based in 41 countries and employing more than 20 million people. ECACC's member companies account for more than $ 1.1 trillion in investment on both sides of the Atlantic. Member Chambers of the Council are voluntary associations supported entirely by membership dues. In addition, all Member Chambers are members of the U.S. CHAMBER OF COMMERCE and work closely with its International Division to coordinate policy and strategy.
  • www.amchamsineurope.com
  • Association of American Chambers of Commerce in Latin America (AACCLA)
  • AACCLA's 23 American Chambers of Commerce are independent, non-profit, business organizations based in 21 countries in Latin America and the Caribbean. AACCLA is a strong advocate of free trade and free markets in the Americas. Through its Secretariat in Washington, DC, the Association serves as a liaison between the private sector and the U.S. Government and lobbies for policies that will improve trade relations within the hemisphere.
  • www.aaccla.org
  • United States Department of State - Bureau of Diplomatic Security
  • www.osac.gov
  • Entrepreneurship and Small Business e-journal
  • An excellent e-journal published by the US Department of State, dealing with the many issues facing small businesses today.
  • www.america.gov
  • US State Department Travel Website
  • This site gives travel advisories for Americans traveling in the region in addition to other background and consular information on Sri Lanka.
  • www.travel.state.gov