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European Economic Chamber of Trade, Commerce and Industry – Nepal (EEC-Nepal) established in Kathmandu, Nepal was formally registered with Government of Nepal, Central District Office, Kathmandu on 7 March 2005 (2061/11/24), registration number 455/061/062.

In order to strengthen socio-economic ties between Nepal and the European Union, it was inevitable to establish this chamber. The Chamber endeavors to be a mediator between partners in the Internal Market and the Member States of the European Union and other European countries to enhance the business and social interactions between Nepal and European countries.

Our strengths as an organization mirror our endeavors in bringing together diverse skills, experiences, culture, and perspectives in pursuit of a greater goal.

Now with the member organization base of 73 companies from various backgrounds, we are optimistic in providing realistic solutions and information to develop human, natural and cultural resources to support health care provisions, safe environment, sustainable development and economic growth in the context of national priorities, making our visions of a better tomorrow come alive.

The chamber has also been registered with Social Welfare Council to give due status of NGO to support social activities in the country.

Amidst a gathering of 350 personalities Hon’ble Finance Minister Mr. Madhukar Rana (Nepalese Finance Minister) inaugurated the official launching ceremony of European Economic Chamber of Trade, Commerce & Industry (EEC)-Nepal on 5 August 2005. His Excellency Keith Bloomfield, British Ambassador to Nepal was the Keynote Speaker at the function. President of EEC-Nepal Mr. Dibya Mani Rajbhandari chaired the program.