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chamber of commerce

A humorous name for the bathroom. I'll be right back, I just have to stop in the chamber of commerce before the movie starts.
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chamber of commerce

n. toilet; restroom. Q: Where’s Bob? A: Oh, Bob’s in the chamber of commerce.
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More than 1,200 participants from 100 countries are attending the 11th WCC in Rio de Janeiro, including 80 speakers participating in about 25 interactive panel discussions and workshops on international trade and global chambers of commerce. Under the theme A Shared Future WCC 2019 is organised by the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC), the ICC World Chambers Federation, and Brazilian Confederation of Trade and Business Association.
The conference will discuss a number of issues like the capability of the chambers of commerce to cope with the growing expectations of the members, the increased competition, the diversity of labour market, the shrinking sources of revenues, the Chambers of Commerce's ability to meet the challenges of the future and their flexibility to meet the members' needs.
The Mobile Business Licence program, which now is operating in 58 communities around the province, would not be the success it is today without the help of chambers of commerce.
Six Chambers from Birmingham Group, Black Country, Coventry & Warwickshire, Herefordshire & Worcestershire, North Staffordshire and Shropshire and member companies met at Birmingham Airport to hear John Longworth, director general of the British Chambers of Commerce, speak about issues which it is putting to the Government on behalf of businesses.
The Ministry of Construction, Engineering Services, Housing & Common Amenities, Government of Sri Lanka, Board of Investment, Federation of Chambers of Commerce and Industry of Sri Lanka and The National Chamber of Commerce of Sri Lanka also put up their stalls at the exhibition.
Hosted for the first time in Jordan, the conference will bring together presidents and directors of French Chambers of Commerce and Industry in Algeria, Morocco, Tunisia, Egypt, Jordan, Ivory Coast and South Africa as well as representatives from the Union of French Chambers of Commerce and Industry Abroad (UCCIFE) and the Assembly of French Chambers of Commerce and Industry (ACFCI).
Representatives of Chambers of Commerce from Karachi, Naples, Coventry and Birmingham attended the reception to activate the Tripak trade agreement at the city's Radisson Hotel.
The chambers of commerce have said that they will support Southwest moving some of its operations to Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport.
They also promised to work with the Liverpool Chamber and the British Chambers of Commerce.
Allows you to search a national database of chambers of commerce organizations and find one closest to your business.
The JCCI, the umbrella organization for chambers of commerce nationwide, said it will ask the central and local governments to change complicated tax systems and procedures for taking over assets.
On 19 October, in Berlin, the Plenary Assembly of the Association of European Chambers of Commerce and Industry - Eurochambres - re-appointed Jorg Mittelsten Scheid as its President.
Local businesses, local Chambers of Commerce, and other community groups have successfully implemented the All Aboard planning steps.
Chamber of Commerce, the American Chambers of Commerce, or AmChams, are private, non-profit membership organizations that can supply companies with valuable insights into the business climate of a foreign nation.
County chambers of commerce can provide details of attractions and events.