Welcome to the Norwegian Chamber of Commerce

NCCL is a non-profit, non-governmental membership-based business association for companies with Norwegian - Latvian share capital, management or cooperation. Norway is one of the largest investors in Latvia with over 500 MEUR and the Norwegian Chamber has more than 100 members. Members are invited to regular business and social events with interesting topics, speakers, companies, stakeholders and networking opportunities. We facilitate professional networking, exchange of experiences, provide relevant information and promote Norwegian companies, competence and business values. Please contact me to hear more about us and the value of membership!  

Our Corporate Members



MEMBER SPECIAL - Celebrate Holidays at Radisson BLU Hotels

Let's experience this year's most memorable Christmas and New Year celebrations together! Whether you are hosting a big sparkling gala event, corporate party for your colleagues or a more intimate dinner - Radisson BLU hotels have the perfect festive package to meet your needs. .. Read more >


MEMBER SPECIAL - Maska performance at Rumane Manor

On December 7th, 2019 at Rumene Manor, Hotel Bergs Riga private countryside residence's newly renovated Art & Event Barn; you will have a wonderful opportunity to hear the internationally renowned Latvian mixed choir MASKA... Read more >


MEMBER SPECIAL - Christmas Fiesta at the Baltic Beach Hotel

NCCL member special - Christmas Fiesta at the Baltic Beach Hotel & SPA! Your ready made solution with a complete festive program right next to the Baltic Beach! Use "NCCL" to get your special NCCL member discount! .. Read more >


Welcome 5 New Members at the NCCL

We would like to announce 5 new members at the Norwegian Chamber of Commerce in Latvia that have joined us recently. Help us welcome GSGroup and Relais Le Chevalier boutique hotel as Silver category members! We are happy to welcome KPM and IMG Logistics as Bronze category members and Ole Marius Husby as individual member... Read more >


PRESS RELEASE: Foreign Investors Fail to Get Replies from the Mayor of Riga

Engaging in a constructive dialogue with the foreign investors is low on Riga City Council's agenda and needs to be improved, is one of the key takeaways from a joint chamber meeting with the leadership of the Riga City Council that took place on November 26, where the Mayor of Riga Oļegs Burovs ("Gods kalpot Rīgai") cancelled his attendance last minute... Read more >


Japanese ratings agency R&I raises Latvia's credit rating

Japanese ratings agency R&I has raised Latvia's credit rating, citing the country's strong economic growth. The agency has upped its rating on Latvia from A- to A, with the outlook Stable... Read more >

Latvia's GDP grows 2.5% in January-September

In the first nine months of 2019, Latvia's calendar non-adjusted gross domestic product grew 2.5 on year at constant prices, LETA was told at the Central Statistical Bureau (CSB). In the nine months of 2019, the value of Latvia's GDP was EUR 22.483 billion in current prices, including EUR 8.061 billion in the third quarter of the year. .. Read more >

Baltic states: EU budget must help reach climate neutrality

Latvian Prime Minister Krisjanis Karins, Estonian Prime Minister Juri Ratas, and Lithuanian President Gitanas Nauseda on Friday sent a joint letter to the heads of state and heads of government of European Union member states in which they stress that the EU's next long-term budget must help achieve the goal of climate neutrality. The three leaders emphasize that while the EU's next long-term budget for 2021-2027 must help member states reach the goal of climate neutrality, a reduction in the size of the budget calls this into question, spokespeople for the Estonian government told BNS. .. Read more >

Coalition shortlists two candidates for Bank of Latvia governor

Negotiators representing Latvia's coalition parties have shortlisted two candidates for the Bank of Latvia's next governor, but were unable to agree on one of them, De Facto program of Latvian Television reported, citing multiple sources. The two candidates left in the race after last week's talks are the Financial and Capital Market Commission's (FCMC) former head Uldis Cerps and Bank of Latvia Council member Martins Kazaks... Read more >

Riga City Council approves revised waste management regulations

After making several revisions, the Riga City Council on Friday night, November 29, approved new waste management regulations in the city... Read more >