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Abstract As China opened up over the last thirty years and as huge numbers of foreign-invested enterprises flooded into China, foreign chambers of commerce, offering services to their members, have emerged and become increasingly influential. Foreign chambers of commerce have appeared mainly in China’s more economically prosperous regions and cities; their legal status varies; and they can be grouped into three types based on three general types of background. They also differ in terms of their internal governance and in terms of their members’ relations with the government and Party departments. Generally speaking, foreign chambers of commerce in China face certain institutional and administrative challenges. We must concentrate more attention on the development of foreign chambers of commerce in China. The principle of “one nation, one chamber” should be reformed and improved. We must re-establish integrated registration and filing systems for chambers, establish localized administration of chambers, and generally strengthen supervision and management of foreign chambers of commerce in China.

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Abstract As China opened up over the last thirty years and as huge numbers of foreign-invested enterprises flooded into China, foreign chambers of commerce, offering services to their members, have emerged and become increasingly influential. Foreign chambers of commerce have appeared mainly in China’s more economically prosperous regions and cities; their legal status varies; and they can be grouped into three types based on three general types of background. They also differ in terms of their internal governance and in terms of their members’ relations with the government and Party departments. Generally speaking, foreign chambers of commerce in China face certain institutional and administrative challenges. We must concentrate more attention on the development of foreign chambers of commerce in China. The principle of “one nation, one chamber” should be reformed and improved. We must re-establish integrated registration and filing systems for chambers, establish localized administration of chambers, and generally strengthen supervision and management of foreign chambers of commerce in China.

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1. Xiaocai Feng冯筱才"“中国商会史研究之回顾与反思 /zhongguo shanghui shi yuanjiu zhi huigu yu fansi”" 中国商会发展报告/zhongguo shanghui fazhan baogao 2005 Beijing shehui kexue chubanshe (“Retrospectives and Reflections on the History of Chambers of Commerce in China”)
2. Xijin Jia贾西津 第三次改革 /disanci gaige The Third Reforms 2005 Beijing qinghua daxue chubanshe (The Third Reforms)
3. Ming Wang王名, Peifeng Liu刘培峰 民间组织通论 /minjian zuzhi tonglun Beijing shishi chubanshe (A General Theory of Civil Organizations)
4. Pilgrim M., Bonn R.M."National Chamber of Commerce a Primer on the Organization and Role of Chamber of Systems" 1995 Germany CIPE
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