Latvijas Tirdzniecības un rūpniecības kamera
On 5 and 6 July the President of the LCCI Aigars Rostovskis visited the capital of Kyrgyzstan Bishkek to represent 20 million companies or EUROCHAMBRES, the organisation uniting European Chambers of Commerce and Industry at the European Union (EU) and Middle Asia forum, where the co-operation strategy and its implementation was discussed .
The LCCI has signed a co-operation contract with the Hungarian Chamber of Commerce and Industry. “Mutual co-operation with Hungary is important as it can open up a new export market for Latvian businesses or promote the stabilisation of the existing market,” claims the President of the LCCI Aigars Rostovskis.
This week, the LCCI, in co-operation with the municipal council of Tukums and the Tukums Club of Entrepreneurs, organised a meeting of entrepreneurs, within the framework of which, the meeting of the LCCI Kurzeme Council and the Kurzeme Business Club took place.
To promote the export of timber and derived products with high added value to China, the largest Latvian entrepreneurs’ society — the Latvian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI) — is organising an entrepreneurs’ visit to Shanghai and Changzhou in China from 14 until 20 July within the framework of the European Union (EU) co-financed project “LEF Network to China”.
The LCCI urges the government to endorse the informative report of the Ministry of Education and Science (MES) “Regarding the funding of the participation of Latvia in the status of an associated country of the European Organisation for Nuclear Research” and the relevant protocol decision envisaging that the MES drafts and submits the application of Latvia at the European Organisation for Nuclear Research in the capacity of an associated cou
Latvian Chamber of Commerce and Industry participated in the project and attended the event together with AE Partner, Ltd., one of the 20 companies which were involved in the p