Brief Introduction of China Chamber of Commerce in Australia
China Chamber of Commerce in Australia (or CCCA for short) was founded in 2006 and is a non-profit national organization jointly formed by trade associations representing Chinese investors across Australia. The CCCA has 34 directors in its management, with four branches and currently 301 members across New South Wales, Victoria, Western Australia and Queensland. Sydney branch has 132 members, Perth branch has 51 members, Melbourne branch has 57 members and Brisbane branch has 61 members by the end of December 2016.
The business scope of the membership covers a wide range of industries including of energy, mining, trade, finance, communication, transportation, real estate, manufacturing, tourism, agriculture and animal husbandry.
The Mission of the CCCA is to provide services to its members, protect their lawful rights, and promote the development of China-Australia economic and trade relations and exchanges between companies in both countries. The organization aims to serve as a bridge between Australia and China to facilitate the business development of its members in the two countries.
The Chairman of CCCA is Mr.Hu Shanjun, who is General Manager and Country Head of Bank of China in Australia, and he also chairs CCCA Sydney Branch.