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    The CHINESE FILIPINO BUSINESS CLUB, Inc. (CFBCI) was conceived in 1998. It is a non-profit organization with over 400 Chinese Filipino business leaders from the capital city of Manila and different provinces nationwide. Its vast scope of membership includes pillars of Chinese Filipino from various sectors in trade and commerce, manufacturing, real estate developments, banking and other industries.

    CFBCI with its goal of providing services to the community, have been instrumental in assisting our government in its economic development and recovery programs, helping fellow Filipino Chinese in their fight for rights and interest, fostering friendship thru the assimilation of Filipino Chinese culture.


    www.cfbc.com.ph - 17388 - CHINESE FILIPINO BUSINESS CLUB INC.

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