Chambers of Commerce in the GCC

Abu Dhabi Chamber of Commerce & Industry

The Abu Dhabi Chamber of Commerce and Industry is an autonomous institution of public interest. It aims to contribute to the development and organization of commercial and trade activities in Abu Dhabi and to increase the competitiveness of the private sector.

Council of Saudi Chambers

To have a notable role in the development of the national economy through the cooperation and coordination with the Chambers of Commerce and Industry, the business sector and all relevant entities in accordance with the general directions of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
The Council cooperates closely with the Saudi Chambers of Commerce and Industry and assists in the protection, preservation and development of the business sector in the Saudi Arabia. It acts as a leading partner in the nation’s development process, and helps preserve its human and financial resources as per the Islamic values.

Qatar Chamber of Commerce

The Qatar Chamber is one of the oldest Chambers of Commerce in the GCC countries. Having been established in 1963 by virtue of Law No (4) of the year 1963 dated on 16/2/1963, it used to operate within the structure of Government agencies until the promulgation of law no. (11) Of 1990 which empowered the Chamber to operate independently. This enabled the Qatar Chamber to exercise a wide range of activities commensurate with national, regional and international developments and serve the commercial, industrial and agricultural interests of its participants in the private sector.

Chamber of Oman

Find more information about the Chamber of Oman on its website.

Kuwait Chamber of Commerce

Find more information about the Kuwait Chamber on its website.

Bahrain Chamber of Commerce and Industry

The Bahrain Chamber of Commerce and Industry has kept pace with economic development in Bahrain since its inception. The Chamber has played an effective role in enhancing the importance of the role played by the private commercial and industrial sector in the country's development. The Bahrain Chamber provides the following services: supporting national products, advocating the interests of members and the private sector towards the competent authorities and likewise representing them in related local, regional and international committees, bodies, and institutions and defending their interests.