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Lima Chamber of Commerce (CCL)

Lima Chamber of Commerce (CCL)

Camara de Comercio - Lima

Address
Av. Guiseppe Girabaldi 396
District
  • Jesus Maria
City (Peru)
Lima
Phone Number
(+511) 463-3434

For the last 125 years, the Lima Chamber of Commerce (CCL) has represented and defended the interests of the business ommunity before the country's authorities, as well as national and foreign entities. As part of its activities, it promotes free market policies and free competition with a sense of social responsibility.

Lima's Chamber of Commerce as well promotes fair and honest competition within a framework of values and ethical principles, fostering domestic and foreign trade and promoting good commercial practices.

The Lima Chamber of Commerce (CCL) is a strategic partner of the State, cooperating to ensure that the laws and other provisions foster national social and economic prosperity, taking the initiative in offering proposals and assuming responsibility in the activities entrusted to it by the State. It attempts to maintain close relations among all organizations representing business activities and cooperation for development, both Peruvian and international, especially supporting the decentralization of production. As a complementary activity, it conciliates interests and manages arbitration proceedings in an affordable and democratic manner between companies or business people, trying to ensure quick and friendly agreements.

The Lima Chamber of Commerce (CCL) shares the community's and the world's concern for the environment. As such, it leads by example, through the implementation of sustainable eco-efficient practices in its offices and activities. It also supports the pathway to making Peru a first-world country, promoting research, advisory and, in general, any other entity that contributes to development, acting as a source of knowledge and education for business activities. In this regard, it provides quality services certified under the international ISO 9001 standards demanded by its associates and the business community.

The mission of the Lima Chamber of Commerce (CCL) is to promote the development of free enterprise, ensuring respect for the business community's legitimate rights and facilitating business opportunities, providing assistance and services, and incentivizing competitiveness.

The vision of the Lima Chamber of Commerce (CCL) is to be the country's leading business association, respected by society and a reference point for the opinion of the business class. The Lima Chamber of Commerce (CCL) groups together over 10,000 member companies, including the Chamber of Commerce, Production, and Services (Perucamaras) which, in turn, groups together the country's 63 chambers and associations.

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