The Arab-Irish Chamber of Commerce (AICC) was founded in 1987 to promote and support the growth and development of trade and commercial relations between the Republic of Ireland and the Arab countries.
Union of Arab Chambers
5th May 2016
This report is a short review of the activities of the Arab-Irish Chamber of Commerce from October 2015 until March 2016. Our last annual report was issued in October 2015 when we held our last Board meeting and Annual General Meeting which were held in conjunction with opening of our new HQ.
These links will help you keep up to date on Islamic Finance since the launch of the International Services Strategy in 2015.
23 November 2015
A special Irish Independent Supplement highlighting the latest links between the UAE and Ireland.
28th October 2015
The Arab-Irish Chamber of Commerce held their Joint Board Meeting and Annual General Meeting at their new HQ on Thursday, 22nd October 2015.
The Arab Economic Outlook Annual Report 2015 is now available.
Export Start Guide is a joint initiative developed by Invest Northern Ireland, Chartered Accountants Ireland and Enterprise Ireland to help businesses to export.
16th February 2015
A new report from the Arab-Irish Chamber of Commerce.
2nd December 2014
Full of interesting and useful information, this Irish Independent supplement, sponsored by Dubai Duty Free, is a worthwhile read for anyone interested in business, education, or forging stronger links with the United Arab Emirates
10th November 2014
The Arab-Irish Chamber of Commerce would like to draw your attention to this interesting and informative new document that provides an update on the progress of the Irish economy.
The latest issue of the Arab Irish Journal is packed with useful information, reports and trends relevant to business in the Middle East.
This useful and informative newsletter outlines many facts, figures and topics of interest to anyone involved in the education sector in the Middle East (especially the Gulf) and North Africa.
The potential pitfalls involved in selling products in the Arab markets are succinctly described in a recently published informative overview by Clyde & Co. This report will be particularly helpful to companies considering these markets for the first time.
This special supplement, published on June 26th 2014 in association with the Embassy of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia in Ireland, explores trade links and business opportunities between the two countries.
The Arab Irish Chamber of Commerce is pleased to publish its special report detailing Irish merchandise exports and imports with the Arab Markets for 2013.
This special supplement, published on March 30th in association with the Arab-Irish Chamber of Commerce, explores Arab-Irish trade links and business opportunities. Find out about the Irish companies that are getting ahead in the Gulf and how you can improve your business in the Middle East.
Highlights include an in-depth report on the recent trade delegation to Saudi, Qatar and the UAE, which was carried out by An Taoiseach Enda Kenny and Richard Bruton TD and proved to be a resounding success.
Enterprise Ireland has published new up-dated guides to doing business in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the Gulf States. They provide a wealth of advice and information about the business culture and practice in different countries, and will be of great benefit to first-timers to the market as well as to those already active there.
In this issue you can read about Minister Simon Coveney’s recent trade mission to Qatar, Saudi Arabia and the UAE; the Ireland-Saudi Arabia Business Council; Emirates Airlines news; Interview with CEO Petroceltic, Brian O’Cathain, plus lots more…
The Environmental and Sustainable Development Forum, a strategic conference and international exhibition, featured 35 leading industry speakers. It covered a range of topics impacting on the environment in the Gulf Region, including Renewable Energy, Waste Management and Recycling Innovations, Wastewater and Desalination and Energy Efficiency.
Back issues of the Arab-Irish Journal are available for download now on the AICC website in electronic form.