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  • Indirect access to the decision – making centres through the Chamber’s representation in a large number of tripartite and other committees but also through direct access to the Government, the House of Representatives and other authorities.
  • All-round supply of information on trade, industry, services and labour relations issues as well as more general issues of economic nature (including fiscal and monetary issues).
  • Making opportunities available to members to express their views on the above issues.
  • Timely, up – to – date and valid information on European Union issues.
  • Information on a regular basis regarding developments in the domestic and international business environment.
  • Issue at reduced rates of Certificates of Origin and certification of invoices and other documents required for exports.
  • Participation in Business Missions abroad and International Fairs.
  • Priority in meetings with foreign business missions in Cyprus.
  • Support in promotion of Exports.
  • Assistance in the search for business partners in Cyprus and abroad.
  • Assistance for solving problems faced by businesspeople at individual and at sectoral level.
  • Access to a substantial number of Official European Union Services operated by the Chamber.
  • Participation in training programmes, seminars and lectures on a wide range of business – related subjects.
  • Assistance in negotiations with the Trade Unions with active participation of Officers of the CCCI.
  • Regular dispatch of the Chamber’s newspaper “Emporoviomichaniki” and other CCCI publications.
  • Listing in the Chamber’s Trade Directories published in both printed and electronic format that are widely distributed in both Cyprus and abroad.
  • Publication of the enterprise’s details in the CCCI’s website on the Internet.
  • Information, on a regular basis, concerning various publications of international organisations and publishing houses (ICC, EUR – OP,WTO, UN, Euroconfidentiel, John Willey & Sons) which are represented in Cyprus by the Chamber.
  • Access to the CCCI’s Trade Library.
  • Access to databanks operated by the CCCI and those with which the CCCI is connected (e.g. E.U., WCN).
  • Provision of confidential reports on foreign and Cypriot enterprises in co – operation with the internationally renowned organisation Dun & Bradstreet.
  • Arbitration services for the settlement of trade disputes.
  • Access to the results of studies and surveys conducted by the CCCI relating to business, market and more generally economic issues.

Moreover the CCCI:

  • Represents the business community of Cyprus in international fora and organisations.
  • Organizes seminars abroad for the promotion of Cyprus as international business center.
  • Participates in European Union programmes and initiatives which are of particular interest to the business people.
  • Offers secretarial and advisory services to the Professional Associations affiliated to it.
  • Has established GS1 Cyprus, responsible for the administration and promotion of the GS1 system (bar coding service) in Cyprus
  • Operates a Mailing Labels Service.
  • Organises professional examinations in a number of business – related subjects.
  • Provides information on environmental issues, on questions relating to the technological upgrading of industrial units, on investment matters, on port issues and on economic issues arising from the relationship of Cyprus with the European Union.
  • Issues ATA – CARNETS which are, essentially, passports for merchandise; the ATA – CARNET is an international customs document which exempts the temporary export of professional equipment for personal use, commercial samples and exhibits for trade fairs from customs procedures and the imposition of duties.

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