US Chamber of Commerce
The US Chamber is basically a non-profit seeking organization. The US Chamber of Commerce functions as the representative of the following:
The US Chamber of Commerce represents greater than 100 American Chambers of Commerce in 91 countries all over the world. The principal objective of the chamber is to struggle for free enterprise and business before the White House, the US Congress, the courts, the regulatory agencies, the court for public opinion, as well as governments all over the world.
The methods followed for carrying out its operations include the following:
For the adoption and implementation of its policies, the chamber has employed a number of professional lawyers, lobbyists, policy experts, as well as communicators. The chamber also has eight regional offices in the US.
The US Chamber of Commerce is famous for its expenditure on an annual basis, which is the highest in comparison to any other lobbying association.
The President and Chief Executive Officer of the US Chamber of Commerce is Tom J. Donohue.
The programs and affiliates of the United States Chamber of Commerce are the following:
- Business Civic Leadership Center
- The National Chamber Litigation Center
- The Institute for Legal Reform
- The National Chamber Foundation
- The Political Program
- The International Division
- The Center for International Private Enterprise
- The Institute for a Competitive Workforce
United States Chamber of Commerce Headquarters
1615 H Street, NW
Washington, DC 20062-2000
Main Number: 202-659-6000
Customer Service: 1-800-638-6582
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