As well as being represented by national intersectoral associations such as the Confederation of British Industry (CBI), businesses belong to a considerable variety of associations serving a sector of the economy or a particular locality. The sectoral associations range from associations serving particular products, through subsectoral organisations, to well resourced associations serving, for example, the motor industry or the chemical industry. At the local level, businesses are represented through chambers of commerce and trade. In addition there are associations which represent users of particular products or services (such as major energy users), importers and (less common) exporters.
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