KADIN stands for Kamar Dagang dan Industri, or Chamber of Commerce and Industry. It is the umbrella organization of Indonesian business chambers and associations. KADIN is focused on all matters relating to trade, industry and services. It is privately financed, hence an independent spokesperson of private sector interests. It is the only nation-wide business organization mandated by law to speak on behalf of private business, maintaining a liaison to government officials and covering all relevant sectors. It has 34 regional chambers (KADIN Daerah) and 514 district branches.