CHAMBER OF COMMERCE (COC)

A city-wide, regional, or country-wide business group focused to protect and promote the economic interests of its members through legislative and other means. The International Chamber of Commerce in Paris affiliates most major COCs. It arranges dispute resolution through arbitration, representation at trade exhibitions, trade promotion tours, ATA Carnets, apostilles, and other benefits.

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