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The Dutch Chamber of Commerce in the Philippines works closely with the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands to strengthen the economic and trade relations between the Philippines and the Netherlands.

Companies focusing explicitly on B2G work are requested to contact the Embassy directly.


Companies working on B2B and for whom the Government is of interest not as a customer but as a regulatory authority can contact the Chamber directly.

For the Chamber, this includes the following: 

  1. Provide business information services to (potential) members and other stakeholders, possibly including tailor-made advice, basic market research, and reports;

  2. Answer trade inquiries especially those that deal with experiences in doing business in the Philippines;

  3. Serve as a link for its members to other Business Chambers and Organisations;

  4. Represent the common business interests and individual needs of its members to the appropriate authorities;

  5. Organize a calendar of events to facilitate networking and information sharing among members and guests. 

  6. Company referrals and B2B matchmaking

  7. Trade missions 

  8. Advocacy on interest-issues for DCCP members, including market access, ease of doing business, investment climate, and sector-specific issues. 


For the Embassy, this includes:

  1. Provide basic information about doing business in the Philippines and the relevant regulatory framework;

  2. Assistance with market entrance by identifying and connecting with potential partners (which can include the DCCP); 

  3. Answer trade inquiries from Dutch companies and troubleshooting;

  4. Assist and facilitate Dutch visitors and delegations visiting the Philippines;

  5. Identify business opportunities for Dutch companies and knowledge institutes;

  6. Promote The Netherlands and Dutch businesses by organising seminars, workshops, social functions; 

  7. Report on relevant developments in the economic context of the Philippines.   

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