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East African Economic Chambers of Commerce East African Economic Chambers of Commerce

East African Economic Chambers of Commerce East African Economic Chambers of Commerce

East African Economic Chambers of Commerce East African Economic Chambers of Commerce

East African Economic Chambers of Commerce East African Economic Chambers of Commerce

East African Economic Chambers of Commerce East African Economic Chambers of Commerce

East African Economic Chambers of Commerce East African Economic Chambers of Commerce

East African Economic Chambers of Commerce East African Economic Chambers of Commerce

East African Economic Chambers of Commerce East African Economic Chambers of Commerce

East African Economic Chambers of Commerce East African Economic Chambers of Commerce

East African Economic Chambers of Commerce East African Economic Chambers of Commerce

East African Economic Chambers of Commerce East African Economic Chambers of Commerce

East African Economic Chambers of Commerce East African Economic Chambers of Commerce

East African Economic Chambers of Commerce East African Economic Chambers of Commerce

East African Economic Chambers of Commerce East African Economic Chambers of Commerce

East African Economic Chambers of Commerce East African Economic Chambers of Commerce

East African Economic Chambers of Commerce East African Economic Chambers of Commerce
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Structure of the EAECC

The Eastern African Economic Chambers of Commerce is made up of a Board of Directors and an Executive team.  The Chamber has member companies within Eastern Africa comprising of Kenya, Zambia, Uganda, Tanzania, Ethiopia, Eritrea, Sudan, Rwanda and Burundi. The EAECC also welcomes companies located outside EAECC who have a genuine interest in investing or doing business within Eastern Africa as members.

It has excellent access to Eastern Africa and the global community; public policy networks, opinion leaders and leading media commentators. It uses its voice to create awareness of the key issues impacting on the business performance of member companies. The Chamber keeps Eastern African decision makers focused on the factors contributing to the continued attractiveness of Eastern Africa as a location for Foreign Direct Investment (FDI).