Singapore Chinese Chamber of Commerce & Industry

Singapore Chinese Chamber of Commerce & Industry



The Singapore Chinese Chamber of Commerce and Industry (SCCCI) was first established in 1906 as the General Chinese Trade Affairs Association by prominent members of the Chinese community. Its original purpose was to look after the trading interests of the Chinese business community, however, to reflect the fact that it had expanded its scope from commerce into industry, the name was changed to its current name in 1977.[2] In addition to protecting and promoting the commercial interest of the Chinese community, the organization also played a role in the social, cultural and educational spheres with the intention to safeguard Chinese customs and values. It has raised funds to build schools, and provided assistance to the community in times of crisis

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