The Chinese Chamber of Commerce of The Northern Territory of Australia Inc (CCCNTA)
The Chinese Chamber of Commerce of The Northern Territory of Australia Inc (CCCNTA) is a non-profit organization jointly formed by Australian Chinese, Overseas Chinese and trade associations, representing Chinese investors across the Northern Territory. CCCNTA is located in Darwin and is run by a voluntary board of directors, with the support of volunteers.
Mr. Alan Jape is the first president of CCCNTA.
The business charter of the CCCNTA covers a wide range of industries including, energy, mining, trade, finance transportation, real estate, manufacturing, tourism, agriculture and animal husbandry. CCCNTA aims to increase trade, investment and business activities by assisting NT and Asian companies, professionals and the general public to better understand the business environment and cultural traditions relevant to successfully conduct business in Australia and Asia.
CCCNTA will assist both NT and Chinese companies in locating business partners and provide government and business introductions between organisations. They intend to accomplish this by hosting seminars, workshops and conferences; trade missions; executive and diplomatic briefings and social events to promote networking.
CCCNTA’s membership includes organisations conducting business in/with greater China (including Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan), Timor-Leste, Malaysia, Singapore, Vietnam, Indonesia, India, Korea, Thailand and the Philippines.
The objectives and purposes of the Chamber:
- To promote and advance the interests of the Chinese business community in the Northern Territory (‘NT’) including sole traders, partnerships, associations, corporations and other entities.
- To promote the development of trade and investment for the NT Chinese business community.
- To provide networking opportunities for the NT Chinese business community.
- To facilitate communication and information sharing to assist the NT Chinese business community.
- To provide education and awareness of business culture, practices and the regulatory environment to assist the NT Chinese business community.