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Business Services Overview

The European Chamber of Commerce of the Philippines (ECCP) is a bilateral foreign chamber with 43 years of business excellence in promoting European interests in the Philippines and vice versa. We offer membership as well as professional business services in order to assist members, clients and partners with their business interests and concerns relating to government policies/regulations (advocacy work), visibility and contact building, business networking/matching as well as accessing market/partnership opportunities.

Our goal is to provide assistance to prospective investors in entering the market and facilitate in the expansion of the business interest in the Philippines and Europe as well as to create a collaborative environment through business to business cooperation.

If you would like to learn more about the Philippine market, specific industry sectors, identify business partners, or invest in the Philippines, the ECCP is the chamber of choice to realize your business plans.

Doing Business in the Philippines Guidebooks

Doing Business in the Philippines is a publication that aims to provide the potential investors with a complete guidebook of information on the country, its laws, policies, procedures, as well as its regulations. The guide aims to increase investor confidence and equip them with the ability to make well-informed business and investment decisions. Some of the topics include taxation, employment, immigration, and dispute resolution among others.

2022 Edition

2022 Edition

2020 Edition

2020 Edition

2018 Edition

2018 Edition

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