Subic chamber of commerce welcomes SyCipLaw-A A +A
Friday, October 5, 2012
THE Subic Bay Freeport Chamber of Commerce (SBFCC) welcomed SyCip Salazar Hernandez and Gatmaitan (SyCipLaw) into its roster last July 24.
SyCipLaw, one of the founding members of the Chamber, rejoins after a four-year hiatus.
Founded in 1995 to serve and represent the interests of its members, SBFCC's advocacies include helping eliminate graft and corruption, opening communication and collaboration with private and government agencies, streamlining bureaucratic procedures, and promoting tourism while protecting the environment.
In recent months, SBFCC has campaigned for the cancellation or repeal of the new BIR Revenue Regulation 2-2012 related to taxes on petroleum products inside economic zones, opposed the SBMA's proposed Common Use Service Area Fee (CUSA), organized the 2012 Locators' Congress, and participated in the Subic Safety Convention, among others.
SBFCC also enjoys partnerships with the Philippine Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Subic Clark Alliance Development Council, Department of Trade and Industry, Employers' Confederation of the Philippines, Israel Chamber of Commerce, Greater Subic Bay Tourism Bureau, Clark Investors and Locators Association, Olongapo City, and Subic Safety Organization. (PR)