Please Note:

In order to minimise any potential business disruption from any future office closure as a result of  the COVID-19 virus we would encourage you to send or copy all correspondence to us by email, and make any payments by electronic transfer. This is to ensure that, in the event that our office is required to close, we can continue to receive and deal with all incoming correspondence remotely.


About the Chamber

The Arab-Irish Chamber of Commerce (AICC), a non-profit organisation, was established in 1987. It promotes commercial, industrial, tourist and financial relations between Arab countries and the Republic of Ireland. The AICC was established under the General Union of Chambers of Commerce, Industry and Agriculture for the Arab Countries. The General Union was founded in 1951 with 21 members representing the national chambers of commerce in 21 Arab states. The Head Office is located in Beirut The board of the AICC has 12 Arab Directors who are nominated by the General Union and who represent the Arab countries, and 12 Irish Directors drawn from Chamber membership. Membership is open to all companies, organisations and individuals who are involved in, or have an interest in, commercial relationships between Ireland and the Arab world.