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The Sabah United Chinese Chambers of Commerce (SUCCC) is the parent organisation of the Chinese Chambers of Commerce in the State of Sabah and Federal Territory of Labuan. It has 16 constituent Chambers located separately in the 16 districts of the State and F.T. Labuan.

The SUCCC was founded in 1955, with the name of North Borneo United Chinese Chamber of Commerce, which had only nine constituent chamber members, they were from Sandakan, Kota Kinabalu, Tawau, Tenom, Beaufort, Papar, Kudat, Lahad Datu & Labuan.

The SUCCC is one of the 17 constituent Chambers of The Associated Chinese Chamber of Commerce & Industry of Malaysia (ACCCIM).


Objective and Functions
The SUCCC's objectives as promulgated in its Rules are as follows: -

  1. To promote liaison and co-operation among various Chinese Chambers of Commerce and/or other commercial and industrial associations in Sabah for the protection, and advancement of the interests of their members in respect of commerce, industry, primary industries and other economic activities;
  2. To study and formulate views, observations and recommendations of the business community in respect of, in particular the state's and in general the nation's socio-economic development so as to promote better understanding between the community and the Government or other public/private sector organisations, and in furtherance of this object, to contribute towards the development of the national economy and the promotion of national unity;
  3. To collect, collate and disseminate information relating to commerce, industry and other economic sectors;
  4. To liaise with other Chambers of Commerce or economic organisations. In particular, to organise or participate in meetings relating to economic matters, trade missions and exhibitions and other activities relevant to the promotion of economic co-operation;
  5. To promote social welfare activities as well as organise or sponsor manpower training programmes or seminars beneficial to the economic development of the nation;
  6. To promote and provide funding for educational, professional and vocational training and for this purpose to establish and manage an Education Trust Fund;
  7. To arbitrate in disputes between members (with the consent of both parties) and to perform other services pertinent to the functions of a chamber of commerce.
  8. To acquire, sell, lease or otherwise deal with any property owned by the association and to participate in business either singly or jointly with commercial firms or organisations for the promotion and advancement of the interests of all members of the association.


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THE SABAH UNITED CHINESE CHAMBERS OF COMMERCE

P. O. Box 12176, 88824 Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, Malaysia.
Tel: 088-225460, 255471 Fax: 088-218185
Email:
succc01@tm.net.my