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Mandaluyong business chamber marks 67th anniversary 

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Mandaluyong City - The Filipino-Chinese Chamber of Commerce of Mandaluyong (FCCCM) recently marked a significant milestone as they celebrated their 67th Founding Anniversary and conducted the 67th-68th Induction of Directors and Officers. The momentous occasion took place at the prestigious Gloria Maris Shark's Fin Restaurant in Greenhills, San Juan City, and was graced by the presence of esteemed guests, including Department of the Interior and Local Government Secretary Benhur Abalos.

The event served as a testament to the enduring partnership between the FCCCM and the local government of Mandaluyong City. Mayor Ben Abalos expressed his utmost delight in joining the celebration, conveying his warmest congratulations to the FCCCM and its newly-elected President, William Castro. The mayor also extended his gratitude to the chamber for their unwavering support and collaboration in advancing the initiatives of the city government.

The FCCCM has been a key player in promoting economic growth, trade, and cooperation between the Filipino and Chinese communities in Mandaluyong. Over the past 67 years, the chamber has played a pivotal role in fostering strong business ties, creating opportunities for entrepreneurship, and contributing to the overall development of the city's economic landscape.


During the event, Secretary Benhur Abalos, who also hails from Mandaluyong City, shared his insights and commended the FCCCM for their dedication and commitment to promoting business development and bilateral relations. He emphasized the importance of fostering stronger ties between the Filipino and Chinese communities, as it contributes to the growth and prosperity of both nations.

The induction of directors and officers was a highlight of the celebration, signifying a new chapter for the FCCCM. The newly-elected President, William Castro, brings with him a wealth of experience and expertise in promoting business cooperation and advancing the interests of the Filipino-Chinese community. Mayor Abalos expressed his confidence in President Castro's leadership and commitment to further strengthening the chamber's contributions to Mandaluyong City.

The FCCCM's 67th Founding Anniversary and Induction of Directors and Officers showcased the chamber's steadfast commitment to promoting economic growth, fostering entrepreneurship, and nurturing strong partnerships. Through their continuous efforts, the FCCCM remains an invaluable catalyst for business development, cultural exchange, and collaboration between the Filipino and Chinese communities.

Mayor Ben Abalos reaffirmed his administration's commitment to supporting the initiatives of the FCCCM and other business organizations in Mandaluyong City. He acknowledged the chamber's invaluable role in driving economic progress, generating employment opportunities, and contributing to the city's overall development.


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