Founded in 2005, China General Chamber of Commerce – USA (“CGCC”) has been recognized as the largest and most impactful non-profit organization representing Chinese enterprises in the U.S. With a mission to create value, generate economic growth, and enhance cooperation between the U.S. and Chinese business communities, CGCC offers a broad range of programs, services, and resources to over a thousand multinational members across the U.S.
As an independent, non-partisan, non-governmental chamber of commerce, CGCC’s work is made possible through the generous support of its member companies and corporate sponsors from both the U.S. and China, 43 of which are ranked on the 2023 Fortune Global 500. As of July 2023, CGCC’s Chinese member companies have cumulatively invested over $137 billion, employ more than 230,000 people, and indirectly support over one million jobs throughout the United States.
The Chamber’s experience of working with renowned institutions and distinguished business leaders across a broad range of sectors make it an essential platform for any business to better understand, engage with, and contribute to some of the most critical issues and deal-making between the world’s two largest economies. CGCC also publishes frequent research, including its flagship Annual Business Survey Report, which assesses Chinese Enterprises operating in the U.S. and identifies key trends and overall business sentiment.
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