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  • Economic Chamber of Macedonia

    Economic Chamber of Macedonia

    Economic Chamber of Macedonia st. Dimitrie Chupovski, 13 1000 Skopje

    On the 17th of February, 2017, in the presence of the complete domestic business elite joined by the presence of part of the influential, for Macedonia, domestic and international economic and political persons, in a dignified and formal event and with a working spirit the 95th anniversary of the existence and functioning of the oldest and most numerous business association of Macedonia, the Economic Chamber of Macedonia, was marked.
    The Economic Chamber of Macedonia is a referent institution of the business in our country with around 15.000 members on voluntary bases out of which most are small and medium enterprises. Members of the Economic Chamber of Macedonia have dominant participation in establishing of all the macroeconomic indicators on state’s level (GDP, foreign trade exchange, employment, settlement of obligations towards the state, etc.).

  • Vietnam International Arbitration Centre (VIAC)

    Vietnam International Arbitration Centre (VIAC)

    No.9 Dao Duy Anh Street, Dong Da District, Hanoi, Vietnam

    Vietnam International Arbitration Centre (VIAC) is an independent and non-profit organization. The objective of VIAC is to promote the dispute resolution method of arbitration or alternative dispute resolutions (ADR). VIAC has a strong desire of building up an objective, impartial and reliable method of dispute resolution which also ensures the effectiveness and convenience. VIAC has been considering as a reputable arbitration institute in Vietnam and gains much of reliance of domestic and international business communities.

  • Vienna International Arbitral Centre (VIAC)

    Vienna International Arbitral Centre (VIAC)

    Wiedner Hauptstrasse 63, 1045 Vienna, Austria

    Representing one of Europe’s leading arbitral institutions, the Vienna International Arbitral Centre (“VIAC”) serves as a focal point for the settlement of commercial disputes in the regional and international community. It has greatly benefited from its traditional position in a neutral country between east and west. Founded in 1975 as a department of the Austrian Federal Economic Chamber (“AFEC”), VIAC has in recent years enjoyed a steadily increasing caseload from a diverse range of parties spanning Europe, the Americas, and Asia.

  • The Singapore Institute of Arbitrators

    The Singapore Institute of Arbitrators

    6 Eu Tong Sen Street, #05-07, Singapore 059817

    The Singapore Institute of Arbitrators is an independent professional body established in 1981. Presently, we have almost 1000 members, with three major categories of membership – Associate, Member and Fellow. Many of our members are practising professionals from a wide spectrum of diversified backgrounds like, Architects, Certified Public Accountants, CEOs, Dispute Resolution Consultants, Doctors, Engineers, Lawyers, Lecturers, present & former High Court Judges, Marine Surveyors, Naval Architects, Project Managers, Property Managers, Shipbrokers, Queen Counsels, Senior Counsels, Senior Government Officials, Quantity Surveyors etc. Many of them are also directly and indirectly involved in the dispute resolution procedures as Arbitrators, Mediators, Expert Witnesses and Consultants. Our members are also geographically represented throughout the world.

  • World Intellectual Property Organization WIPO

    World Intellectual Property Organization WIPO

    34, chemin des Colombettes CH-1211 Geneva 20, Switzerland

    WIPO is the global forum for intellectual property services, policy, information and cooperation. We are a self-funding agency of the United Nations, with 191 member states.
    Our mission is to lead the development of a balanced and effective international intellectual property (IP) system that enables innovation and creativity for the benefit of all. Our mandate, governing bodies and procedures are set out in the WIPO Convention, which established WIPO in 1967.

  • International Commercial Arbitration Court of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of the Republic of Moldova

    International Commercial Arbitration Court of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of the Republic of Moldova

    151, St. cel Mare St., the city of Chisinau, Republic of Moldova

    The International Commercial Arbitration Court of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of the Republic of Moldova was established in 1994 for the commercial arbitration administration, with the scope to settle disputes regarding the foreign trade. The Arbitration Court is a permanent, non-corporate, non-governmental and independent institution in execution of its functions

  • Asian International Arbitration Centre (AIAC)

    Asian International Arbitration Centre (AIAC)

    AIAC, Bangunan Sulaiman, Jalan Sultan Hishamuddin, 50000 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

    The Asian International Arbitration Centre (Malaysia) (“AIAC”) sits in one of Malaysia’s most iconic buildings, Bangunan Sulaiman. Formerly known as Kuala Lumpur Regional Centre for Arbitration (“KLRCA”).
    As we step into a new day and age of dispute resolution, the Asian International Arbitration Centre (“AIAC” or “the Centre”) has taken up the baton of its predecessor, the Kuala Lumpur Regional Centre for Arbitration (“KLRCA”) and is set to broaden boundaries beyond the horizon and deliver the future. Behind the new AIAC brand, we are still the same organization with a proven track record for the provision of world-class institutional support as a neutral and independent venue for the conduct of domestic and international arbitration and other alternative dispute resolution (ADR) proceedings. This new identity is a natural reflection of our ongoing commitment to the global ADR ecosystem and the stakeholders we serve as we remain dedicated to providing the best possible services and innovations in the industry, focusing on ADR, dispute avoidance and holistic dispute management.

  • Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Uzbekistan

    Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Uzbekistan

    4 Amir Temur street, Tashkent city, 100047, Uzbekistan

    Chamber of Commerce and Industry has number of representative offices abroad which are aimed to simplify mechanism of interaction between local and foreign businessmen. They are actively informing general public about international opportunities and prospects of doing business in Uzbekistan, investment promotion, technology and equipment in our country and the promotion of domestic products in the world markets, organize seminars, meetings and conferences with the participation of representatives of business circles of countries partners.

    CCI is also putting emphasis on deepening and expanding cooperation with chambers of commerce, business alliances and associations from foreign countries. An example of such cooperation is number of effective joint projects on various aspects of entrepreneurship.

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