Australian Chamber of Commerce, Singapore

The Australian Chamber of Commerce, Singapore (AustCham) fosters business links between Australia and Singapore.

AustCham originated in 1977-1978 when a group of Australians with business interests in Singapore met on a regular basis at the Australian High Commission. In 1981, the Singapore Australian Business Council (SABC) was established. Rules were drawn up and in January 1982, SABC held its inaugural meeting.

In 15 June 2001, the Singapore Australian Business Council formally changed its name to 'Australian Chamber of Commerce, Singapore', more commonly known as 'AustCham'.

Today, AustCham boasts nearly 600 corporate and individual members - Singaporeans, Australians and other nationalities who have an interest in trade, investment, educational and social links between the two countries.  
 

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Australian And Asian Business Leaders Capitalise On Asian Growth

🕔9/27/2006 8:55:08 PM 4541

Australian Chamber of Commerce, Singapore (AustCham) has recently launched the program for its inaugural conference - 'Capitalising on Asian Growth'. Aimed at business executives from across the Asia-Pacific region, the conference provides a dynamic forum for businesses wishing to 'tap into' the many exciting opportunities emerging from economic growth in Asia.

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