What is APCAC?
The Asia-Pacific Council of American Chambers of Commerce (APCAC) was formed in 1968 . Through 25 independent member AmChams located in 19 economies of the Asia-Pacific Region, APCAC represents the growing interests of over 10,000 business entities and over 50,000 business executives in the region. The APCAC membership manages trade volumes in excess of US$400 billion and direct investments (FDI) of over US$200 billion.
Click on the APCAC Member List above for detailed contact information of APCAC Member AmChams, or click on the member AmCham names in the drop-down menu. To check on upcoming AmCham events in cities you are planning to visit, click on the drop down member AmCham names under “Events and Meetings” to go direct to their web site event listings.
APCAC’s counterpart organizations in other regions of the world include:
The 23 AmChams in 21 countries in Latin America and the Caribbean provide a wide variety of services to their members and to the citizens of the countries in which they operate. The AmChams work diligently to contribute to the growth of trade and investment between their host countries and the United States. They represent companies and industry sectors involved in trade and promote the development of open markets and ethical business practices.
Founded in 1965, the European Council of American Chambers of Commerce (ECACC) today represents the corporate interests of some 17.000 American and European companies, in 32 countries with some 20 million employees. 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.
The Chamber of Commerce of the USA improves the ability of U.S. 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:
Members include businesses of all sizes and sectors—from large Fortune 500 companies to home-based, one-person operations. In fact, 96% of our membership encompasses businesses with fewer than 100 employees.
Founded in 1974, AmCham Indonesia today has over 500 representatives of over 300 member companies. It maintains 21 committees, issues several publications including a newsletter, conducts a well-regarded survey of investor attitudes, hosts prominent Indonesian and American guest speakers, and provides briefings for potential investors. AmCham Indonesia also meets with prominent US and Indonesian government officials to promote Indonesian-American business interests.