Danish Chamber of Commerce in China
DCCC is a non-profit organization consisting of shoestring businesses to MNCs, individual and student members. Its aim is to provide networking and knowledge sharing opportunities for Danes and other nationalities relevant to Denmark and China.
In 1931 a number of countries had set up their Chambers of Commerce in Shanghai. On the 22 of April 1931 at the E.A.C. office, 12 Danish businessmen representing the same number of companies gathered together. Vice-Consul Alexis Moerch chaired the meeting in the absence of the Consul-General and the Danish Chamber of Commerce in Shanghai was founded.
The Chamber thereafter experienced a well known break in its existence but was restarted as the Danish Business Association in 1997 in Shanghai and later changed to become the now well known Danish Chamber of Commerce in China in Shanghai in 2000 – returning to the roots from 1931. At least as to the name of the Chamber of Commerce.