BY JOY WHITE
Tourism and shipping costs are the top concerns for the Federated States of Micronesia’s Association of Chambers of Commerce.
“The FSM Association of Chambers of Commerce is working with state and national counterparts to address the impediments to local businesses,” said Gienah Narruhn, executive director of the FSMACC.
The FSMACC was established in 2010 and has 12 board members, three from each state, and brings together the state chambers of commerce. The membership of the chambers includes 29 in Chuuk, 24 in Pohnpei, 18 in Kosrae and 30 in Yap. Narruhn joined the . . .
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