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Chambers of Commerce

Most countries have some form of trade representation in Germany, but not usually a bilateral chamber of commerce, and not always located in Berlin. Most embassies have a trade or economic department to which you should address any queries regarding information about the respective country's economy and terms of conducting trade or other business. The main objective of a chamber of commerce or trade department of an embassy is to promote trade with that country, promote exports and investments in Germany and their country.

American Chamber of Commerce in Germany
Luisenstraße 44, 10117 Berlin - Mitte | Tel: 28 87 89 20, Fax: 28 87 89 |
The American Chamber of Commerce in Germany dates back to 1903 and thus has a long-standing tradition of promoting trade between the USA and Germany. It is also the largest American Chamber of Commerce in Europe, consisting of a membership of mainly American firms located in or investing in Germany. As part of their objective to promote a good business climate the American Chamber of Commerce works on a wide range of business-related topics, e.g. environmental policy, financial services, etc, and disseminates them through talks and publications and also liaises with the business community and policy makers.

Austrade (Australia's Export and Investment Facilitation Agency)
Grüneburgweg 58-62, 60311 Frankfurt (Main) | Tel: 069-90 55 80, Fax: 069-90 558-119 |
Austrade provides an information service and resource centre for companies interested in Australian firms and products, either with a view to import goods from Australia, invest in Australia, or set up joint ventures.

British Embassy in Berlin, Trade Department
Unter den Linden 32-34, 10117 Berlin - Mitte | Tel: 201 84-0, Fax: 20184-159 | S-Bahn Unter den Linden, Bus 100 |
There is a British Chamber of Commerce in Germany, located in Köln - Severinstr. 60, 50678 Köln, Tel: 0221-314 458. It has small branches in Berlin and Dresden, information about which can be obtained from Köln or the Trade Department of the embassy.

Canadian Embassy in Berlin, Commercial Division
Friedrichstr 95, 10117 Berlin - Mitte | Tel: 20312-0, Fax: 20312-590 |
For more information on trading with Canada and economic and related information about Canada see the Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade: or mail to:

Japanese Chamber of Industry and Commerce
Am Sandwerder 3, 14109 Berlin - Wannsee | Tel: 803 60 70, Fax: no fax | S-Bahn Wannsee | Japanische Industrie und Handelskammer in Deutschland | Immermannstr.45 | 40210 Düsseldorf | Tel: 0211- 630 760 | Fax: 360 182
This is an association of Japanese firms located in Berlin only. The official/bilateral Chamber of Commerce is located in Düsseldorf which has a large Japanese community. Address above.

South African Embassy in Berlin, Economic Department
Friedrichstr. 60, 10117 Berlin - Mitte | S+U Friedrichstr |
South Africa does not have a chamber of commerce in Germany but all enquiries related to trade and investment can be directed to the economic departments of the embassy in Berlin or the consulate in München. The department's objectives are to promote South African exports to Germany, German investments in South Africa, joint ventures, technology transfers and licensing agreements.

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