The Constituent Chambers are the prime movers to the federation of 5 key national trade associations to establish NCCIM – each characterized with its unique set of rules and objectives to serve the interests of their members, and with their own focus and perspectives on business issues.
They are structured with their localized constituent chambers or branches at the state level throughout Malaysia (and even at district levels), including affiliations/membership from other local trade associations in their geographical area.
Despite their autonomy as independent national entities and being characterized by its unique blend of values and aspirations within each; NCCIM leverages on this diversity as an asset as to enable the deliverance of balanced qualitative feedback to the Government of Malaysia on economic issues to enable the formulation of appropriate policies in the management of the nation’s economic ecosystem. It also enables a dynamic Malaysian private sector in collective endeavors to represent, promote and be the voice of the business community on the home and global fronts.
It is also lends testimony to showcase Malaysia’s ability to leverage on “diversity as a strength” in the steering of its economic ecosystem.