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 325 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!  

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NCCL invites Norwegian Investors to Participate in the first Sentiment Index

The Norwegian Chamber of Commerce in Latvia (NCCL) together with the Royal Norwegian Embassy invites all Norwegian investors in Latvia to participate in the Norwegian Investor Sentiment Index, which is launched to gain an insight about the Norwegian investor outlook towards the investment climate and business environment in Latvia... Read more >


Cabinet of Ministers Approves Regulation of Business Development, Innovation and SMEs Programme

On 7th January 2021, the Cabinet of Ministers approved the regulation of the "Business Development, Innovation and SMEs" Programme of the Norwegian Financial Mechanism 2014-2020. Entrepreneurs will have access to a total of EUR 14,7 million in funding for innovative business development. The Investment and Development Agency of Latvia (LIAA) will be in charge of implementing the Programme... Read more >


New Requirements for all International Travelers visiting Latvia

If you are planning to travel to Latvia from abroad, take a note that beginning 15 January, all international arrivals, either by a passenger carrier or private transport, in addition to a filled in Covidpass.lv form, are required to present a negative COVID-19 test taken up to 72 hours, or three days, prior to arriving in Latvia... Read more >


The coronavirus situation: Questions and answers about entry to Norway

From January 2, travellers to Norway are required to register themselves as a step in improving infection control. The government has also imposed mandatory testing for Covid-19 for all travellers to Norway. .. Read more >


More than 1600 EUR Collected in this Years NCCL Charity Raffle

Due to safety reasons and government restrictions we were not able to meet in person this year for the traditional NCCL Christmas Party, but that did not stop us from having fun and showing that we care for one another!.. Read more >


Additional EUR 197.43 million earmarked for support measures in Covid-19 crisis

The government earmarked additional EUR 197.43 million for support measures in the Covid-19 crisis until the middle of this year, according to the information from the Finance Ministry. EUR 197.43 million have been earmarked to ensure downtime benefits, wage subsidies and current assets of companies stricken by the Covid-19 crisis... Read more >

Latvian monetary financial institutions report EUR 151.4 million in 11-month profit

Latvian monetary financial institutions (mainly banks) earned EUR 151.4 million in aggregate profit in the first 11 months of 2020, which is by 9.1 percent less than in thesame period a year ago, the Bank of Latvia reported... Read more >

Pavluts promises to speed up vaccination against Covid-19 if appointed health minister

Saeima member Daniels Pavluts (For Development/For) has promised to work on speeding up the pace of vaccination against Covid-19 if he is appointed Latvia's nexthealth minister. .. Read more >

Covid-19 restrictions to remain in force until January 25

The government imposed Covid-19 restrictions will remain in force until January 25, State Chancellery Director Janis Citskovskis said last night after a government and Crisis Management Council meeting... Read more >

Latvia's industrial output down 2.3% in 11 months

In the first 11 months of 2020, Latvia's calendar-adjusted industrial output dropped 2.3 percent at constant prices from the respective period last year, according to the datareleased yesterday by the Central Statistical Bureau (CSB)... Read more >