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The Korea International Trade Association(KITA)


The Korea International Trade Association(KITA) was established in 1946 with the objective of advancing the Korean economy through trade, and is currently the largest business organization in Korea with over 71,000 member companies. Representing the interests of Korea's global traders, KITA serves a diverse range of roles including:
providing hands-on support to trade companies, drawing trade cooperation from the private sector, formulating new trade strategies, nurturing trade professionals and building trade infrastructure. With a widely established network of 11 domestic offices and 8 overseas branches in major cities, KITA has consolidated its position as a leading business organization dedicated to assisting SMEs in gaining foreign market entry and has actively contributed towards Korea's recent achievement of 1 trillion dollars in trade volume.

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Trade Call Center : 82-1566-5114
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Busan Chamber Commerce & Industry

Objective
The Primary Purpose of BusanCCI is to promote improvement and development in Busan's commerce and industry sector, as well as to support our members in their endeavors with quality information and new opportunities, and We speak with authority to represent businesses in our region.

The BusanCCI is the only comprehensive independent organization
Serving as the voice of business since 1889, the Chamber has made an effort to support commerce and industry activities, develop the regional and national economies, and protect the interests of business in Busan. Built on this foundation, the BusanCCI is leading your business toward a successful future and is the heart of the Busan Business Community.

The BusanCCI is fighting for your business

In order to address difficulties faced by the business community, the BusanCCI has actively worked to make recommendations to government policy-makers and has focused extensively on internal activities including economic research, business seminars, international conferences, management, tax consulting, and gathering of industry opinions.

The BusanCCI is connecting your business to the World.
In order to promote international economic cooperation, BusanCCI has established cooperative ties with the economic communities of many countries. Based on the strategic location of Busan in the center of Northeast Asia as a hub port and a gateway to the Eurasian continent, BusanCCI vigorously promotes the expansion of trade, promotion of investment, transfer of technology, and other forms of economic exchange. BusanCCI has also exchanged protocols of cooperation with 24 chambers from 13 countries around the world.

853-1, Bumchun-Dong, Busan, Korea 614-721

Mr.Jae Hwan Park ( Japan in Charge )
Tel:- 82-51-990-7084
Fax:- 82-51-990-7099

Korea Chamber of Commerce & industry: KCCI

KCCI is the nation's largest private economic organization that encompasses a total of 71 regional chambers and approximately 135,000 members from all parts of the Korean economy. Since its establishment in 1884, KCCI has been contributing significantly to growth and development of the national economy, and also to enhancement of Korea's status in the international community.
The major objective of KCCI is to promote improvement and development in Korea's commerce and industry, for the sound growth of the national economy.
To achieve the above-mentioned objectives, KCCI is conducting a wide range of projects that are aimed at providing service to its members.

To begin with, befitting its due role as the representative organization of Korea's private sector, KCCI is focusing on domestic activities including research, seminars and conferences, management consulting, gathering of industry opinions and making proposal to the government.

Also, in consideration of the important role of human resources in the economy, KCCI operates 8 human resources development institutes nationwide and administers exams including computer skill exam, to bring out highly skilled workforce.

KCCI's external focus is placed on strengthening of economic cooperation in the private sector. Thus KCCI's efforts are placed at sending out Trade Mission and Market Survey Team to overseas countries, resolving trade disputes, trade inquiry service, strengthening relationship with international organizations and contributing to the growth of global economy.

Moreover, in recognition of the rapid growth in the information and communications sector, KCCI is exerting efforts to help more member companies to establish information infrastructure.

We at KCCI are always moving forward to upgrade its services to member companies. These efforts require your cooperation and support, and KCCI pledges to provide its maximum level of cooperation to you.


KCCI hopes that through such close cooperation and support between mutual parties, the continued growth and co-prosperity of the global economy can be ensured.

Korea Chamber of Commerce & industry: KCCI
39, Sejong-daero, Jung-gu, Seoul
Tel:- 82-2-6050-3114
Fax:- 82-6050-30400

The British Chamber of Commerce in Korea: BCCK

The Chamber developed from regular meetings which seven British businessmen began holding in 1977.

At these meetings common issues and difficulties faced in doing business in Korea were discussed, as well as ways to encourage and expand trading links between Britain and Korea. The objectives of the Chamber today are clearly recognisable from the original ideals of the “group of seven” but it has developed to be an important representative organisation for British business interests in Korea.

The objectives of the British Chamber of Commerce in Korea.

The objectives of the British Chamber of Commerce in Korea (‘BCCK’ or ‘the Chamber’) are to promote the development of British trade, commerce and investment in Korea; to represent the opinion of the British business community in Korea on trade, commerce, finance and industry; to help create better understanding between the Korean and British business communities; and to provide opportunities for members to meet for business and social networking in order to foster knowledge exchange and sharing.

Office Info

15th Floor, Kyobo Building,
Jongno-1, Jongno-gu,
Seoul, Korea 110-714

Tel : +82-2-2010-8963
Fax : +82-2-2010-8991


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