The Netherlands Chamber of Commerce in Japan (NCCJ) is a private and voluntary organisation. Its establishment was officially approved by the Japan Ministry of Trade in 1978. The NCCJ, which currently has about 60 members, strives to increase its members’ understanding of Japanese business and market practices and to strengthen Dutch industry, technology and management in Japan.
The NCCJ’s primary objective is to create a network of relationships that creates the opportunity for members to share experiences with people who have similar interests. The NCCJ aims to expand both professional and personal networks that facilitate the pursuit of business activities in Japan, as well as the promotion of trade between the Netherlands and Japan.
In line with its objectives, the NCCJ works for its members through a variety of regular activities planned by its committees, often together with the Royal Netherlands Embassy, and other foreign Chambers of Commerce.
The NCCJ supports the continued deregulation and harmonization of the Japanese market through its participation in the European Business Council (EBC) in Japan as well as through other channels.
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