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 700 MEUR and the Norwegian Chamber has 110 members. We facilitate professional networking, exchange of experiences, provide relevant information and promote Norwegian companies, competence and business values. Members are invited to 35 annual business and social events with interesting topics, speakers, companies, stakeholders and networking opportunities. Please contact me to hear more about us and the value of membership. The film highligts our investments, industries, companies and experiences in Latvia.  

Our Corporate Members



Foreign Investors’ Council in Latvia Elects New Chairperson of the Board - Julia Sundberg

At the Board meeting of the Foreign Investors’ Council in Latvia (FICIL) on 4th of July 2018 Julia Sundberg from Fortum was elected Chairperson of the FICIL’s Executive Board. In the position, Julia Sundberg will replace the previous chairperson Zlata Elksniņa-Zaščirinska who will continue to serve as a FICIL Board member. .. Read more >


Welcome to new Silver member Hotel Bergs

We welcome Hotel Bergs as new Silver member. Hotel Bergs is a contemporary chic five-star hotel with 37 large designer suites, a gourmet restaurant with a lovely summer terrace, original artwork, a fitness and wellness center, elegant meeting lounges and a penthouse event space with great city views... Read more >


Orkla to build a new, modern biscuit factory in Latvia, creating 200 new jobs

Orkla has decided to consolidate its biscuit production in the Group and to build a new biscuit factory in Latvia. This is the largest investment in the food industry in the recent history of Latvia and will create 200 new jobs. It will also be the largest such manufacturing facility in the Baltics and Scandinavia when it starts producing late 2022. The new biscuit factory will be built in Ādaži, next to another new Laima production facility where construction works will start soon. .. Read more >


Vacancy: Executive Director of the Norwegian Chamber of Commerce in Latvia

It is with regret that we announce that our Executive Director will be moving back to Oslo in August. Please share the job description with potential candidates who could be interested.  Download as PDF file. .. Read more >


Capsule immuring ceremony of ORIGO and ORIGO ONE

Construction of one of the most ambitious and complicated mixed-use investment projects – the extension of Origo shopping centre and construction of business centre Origo One based on multi-modal transportation hub – has began. Total investments to reach 70 million euros... Read more >


IMF appreciates Latvia's progress on financial sector's reforms but sees systemic shortcomings - fin

The International Monetary Fund has given a positive evaluation of the Latvia’s progress on its financial sector’s reforms but sees systemic shortcomings, although they are an issue of the whole European Union, not Latvia alone, Finance Minister Dana Reizniece-Ozola told LETA. The finance minister said that there is no uniform and strict regulation for the situation where the European Central Bank decides to suspend a bank’s operations over money laundering. .. Read more >

Participants of Latvian Song and Dance Celebration set off on traditional procession through Riga

The participants of the XXVI Latvian Song and XVI Dance Celebration set off on the traditional procession through Riga on Sunday afternoon. The Latvian national anthem was played and the Latvian top state officials addressed the participants, who had gathered at the Freedom Monument in the Riga center. The participants of the Song and Dance Celebration will walk 1.8 kilometers from the Freedom Monument to the Skonto Stadium where a concert will take place... Read more >

No official suspects yet in investigation of possible illegal financing of KPV LV party in Latvia

MP Artuss Kaimins, the leader of KPV LV party, and Latvian businessman Viesturs Tamuzs, who have been detained as part of the investigation into possible illegal financing of the party, have not been officially declared as suspects so far, according to LETA's sources.  Kaimins, his fellow party member Atis Zakatistovs and Tamuzs, who all were detained yesterday, spent the night at the State Police short-term detention facility. Kaimins' lawyer Normunds Dulevskis said his client will probably be released today... Read more >