Frequently asked question
No. The American Indonesian Chamber of Commerce (AICC) was founded as an independent, binational organization and allows Indonesian and American companies to join. The US Chamber only represents US -registered companies. AICC began before the US Chamber of Commerce had an international division. At the time, 1949, US interests in Indonesia were confined primarily to the importing of strategic commodities (rubber, oil) and agricultural products (rattan, coffee, tea, spices). Few US companies had offices in Indonesia.