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Paris Chamber of Commerce and Industry

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Paris Chamber of Commerce and Industry

The Paris Chamber of Commerce (Chambre de commerce et d'industrie de Paris or CCIP) is a Chamber of Commerce of the Paris region. It defends the interests of 310,000 corporations of the Paris, Hauts-de-Seine, Seine-Saint-Denis, and Val-de-Marne départements that create 20% of France's GDP.

The CCIP was created on February 25, 1803 by Napoléon Bonaparte and is the successor to the Guilds of the Ancien Régime. It was initially located in the préfecture, before transferring to the building now occupied by the Paris Bourse. It is now located in the Hôtel Potocki.

Universities managed by the CCIP

The Paris Chamber of Commerce owns many of the city's leading full list includes many of France's most famous graduate business schools and engineering schools.

Some of the better known schools include:

External links

  • History of the CCIP
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