Please Note:

In order to minimise any potential business disruption from any future office closure as a result of  the COVID-19 virus we would encourage you to send or copy all correspondence to us by email, and make any payments by electronic transfer. This is to ensure that, in the event that our office is required to close, we can continue to receive and deal with all incoming correspondence remotely.


The Arab-Irish Chamber of Commerce


The Arab-Irish Chamber of Commerce

The Arab-Irish Chamber of Commerce is open from 9am-4.45pm 

Eid Al – Adha Embassy closure

On the occasion of Eid Al – Adha the Arab Embassies in Dublin and London will close for approximately 5 days from Monday 19th July.  The AICC will be open for business as normal during this time however Embassies will not be accepting documents for processing.

Ireland Jordan Trade Opportunities in Food


The Jordan Irish Business Association has the pleasure to invite you to join a virtual webinar on ‘Ireland Jordan Trade Opportunities in Food’ which will take place on Wednesday, 5th of May 2021.

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Click the following link to download EY-DKM Report: The Arab World – Long Term Economic Prospects & Opportunities for Ireland

AICC EY-DKM Update report 09 10 19 .pdf

Click the links below to view footage of the Arab-Irish Business Forum, and the Powerpoint presentation.

Link to our video - AICC launch Economic Report on The Arab World – Long Term Opportunities for Ireland:

Forum Powerpoint

The Arab-Irish Chamber of Commerce was founded in 1987 to promote and support the growth and development of trade and commercial relations between Ireland and the Arab countries The AICC offers a range of specialist services to support Irish exporters in doing business with the Arab countries and to help Arab enterprises to do business in Ireland.

Key among these services are the provision of our AICC Certificates of Origin as required by the Arab countries; the Certification and Legalisation of all types of commercial documents; the delivery of a technical translation service to and from Arabic, and assistance with visas where required.

The Arab markets collectively are an important trading block for indigenous Irish exporters and their significance grows year by year. They are attractive markets for Irish exporters for many reasons: they import many of the products and services which Irish companies can supply competitively; they have considerable resources to fund their imports; their rising population causes demand to grow year after year - and they are not far away.

The AICC also organises events throughout the year to welcome visiting delegations and to facilitate networking and interaction between our members and clients.

Personal documents legalisation service  - To get started log on to

The AICC office is open Monday to Friday 9am - 4.45pm

Arab Irish Chamber - Twitter Feed 

Arab Irish Chamber - Twitter Feed




Arab-Irish Chamber of Commerce is a registered business name of The Joint Arab-Irish of Commerce CLG,

34 Fitzwilliam Place, Dublin 2, Ireland.  Phone: + 353 (0) 1 662 4451.  Email;   VAT Registration Number 4739307I

Registered in Dublin, Ireland No: 101455 l The AICC office is open daily from 9am-4.45pm.

News and Updates

The Jordan Irish Business Association has the pleasure to invite you to join a virtual webinar on ‘Ireland Jordan Trade Opportunities in Food’ this event will bring together experts in the sector from Jordan and Ireland to identify the key opportunities for imports and exports between the two countries.

The Covid-19 pandemic has affected dramatically the need of communities, societies and nations for intercultural understanding at a time where -all the more- communication, solidarity and cooperation are of utmost importance.

15th March 2021: Irish exports to the Arab world were up 6.4% for 2020 compared with 2019, despite the ongoing global pandemic. Exports to the region surpassed the overall Irish export market, which grew by 5.4%.