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A local association to promote and protect the interests of the business community in a particular place.
- ‘Final preparations for the Athy Chamber of Commerce New Year Ball are taking place.’
- ‘Your local Chamber of Commerce and Business Link can provide a wide variety of opportunities for your idea.’
- ‘Ryanair s decision to use Kerry Airport was also welcomed by the Chamber of Commerce.’
- ‘It had all-party support on the council and all the town's MPs supported it, as did the Chamber of Commerce.’
- ‘We wonder what the Chamber of Commerce and business people generally make of the situation.’
- ‘The indication from the Chamber of Commerce is that this is just a beginning.’
- ‘Invest in Bradford is a partnership made up of Bradford Council, the Chamber of Commerce and Job Centre Plus.’
- ‘Greeting visitors to Expo were the ladies of the Chamber of Commerce and Salisbury City Centre Management.’
- ‘The Chamber of Commerce has expressed a desire for the site to become a long stay parking facility.’
- ‘The case is before the Arbitration Institute of the Stockholm Chamber of Commerce.’
- ‘This year the Erris Chamber of Commerce is organizing the Saint Patrick's Day Parade.’
- ‘We do plan to consult with the Chamber of Commerce, but also businesses that are not part of the chamber.’
- ‘The finalists of Mayo Business Awards have been announced by the Mayo Chamber of Commerce.’
- ‘He played a leading role in the village drama society, Chamber of Commerce and other local clubs and organisations.’
- ‘Wootton Bassett was the only town at the North Wiltshire Festival to be represented by its Chamber of Commerce.’
- ‘The event was opened by Owen Hughes, President of the Westport Chamber of Commerce.’
- ‘The local Chamber of Commerce and Business Network International meetings are a great starting point.’
- ‘We are liaising very closely with the Chamber of Commerce because we do not want the problems we had last year.’
- ‘We have great support from our partners, such as the police, Chamber of Commerce, and the university.’
- ‘The Chamber of Commerce says the added costs for employers will ultimately force them to shed jobs.’
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