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 700 MEUR and the Norwegian Chamber has over 100 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.  

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NCCL News

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We welcome 3 new members

We warmly welcome two new Bronze members; Vilgerts Legal & Tax, Latvia Classic Shipyard, a company that restores of all kinds of wooden boats and company LaNoDe, operating in the fish industry. .. Read more >

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Change of NCCL Auditor: thank you to KPMG and welcome to Grant Thornton

At the Annual General Meeting on March 7, the Board was authorized to appoint the new auditor for 2016. For the past 5 years Irena Sarma, Senior Manager and Certified Auditor of KPMG Baltics has performed the audit of the Chamber and provided us with an excellent service. During a period of rapid growth of membership and financial transactions, it has been very important to have KPMG auditing our accounts. Thank you to the team at KPMG Baltics! Starting from 2017, Grant Thornton Baltic and Kaspars Rutkis, Managing partner,  Auditor and Tax-consultant will take over the lead and we look forward to working with them. .. Read more >

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Office furniture for sale

Visma is relocating and selling some of their used furniture for a very good price. Please see the electronic catalogue of furniture for sale here. Most of the furniture can be available after June 16th, some pieces after June 30... Read more >

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Orkla Foods Latvia exports increased by 54.3%

The exports of Orkla Foods Latvia in the five months of 2017 (January-May) has increased by 54.3% compared to the same period last year. “A significant increase in the volume of exports consists of salad dressings or sauces production in the Finnish, Estonian and the Danish market. Thanks to this year's first five months dressings export volume has more than quadrupled. This year's first five months of mayonnaise exports has doubled, "informed Orkla Foods Latvia Marketing Director Dana Erciņa-Užāne... Read more >

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Origo Expansion Project: Opening autumn 2019

Linstow starts the construction of a large scale shopping and office center in connection with the Riga Central Railway station. The project consists of 45.000m2 which includes an underground parking garage, three level shopping centre and a two level office block. The existing Origo shopping centre will also undergo a total transformation both outside and inside. The project is estimated to cost MEUR 60 and will be completed in the fall of 2019. .. Read more >

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Bank of Latvia raises Latvia’s GDP growth forecast to 3.3% this year

According to unadjusted data, Latvia’s GDP in 2017 might grow 3.3 percent compared to the previous forecast of 3 percent. In 2018 Latvia’s economy might grow 3.4 percent, said Bank of Latvia president Ilmars Rimsevics in a press conference today... Read more >

Harmony/GKP lose seven seats, but retain majority in Riga

All the votes are in, and the Harmony/Honor to Serve Riga (GKP) has officially retained its majority in the Riga City Council, despite losing seven seats. After counting votes in all 158 polling stations in Riga, the bloc received 50.85 percent of votes and will have 32 seats out of 60 in the Riga City Council. .. Read more >