Chamber of Commerce Belgium-Luxembourg South-Eastern Europe


The Chamber of Commerce Belgium-Luxembourg South-Eastern Europe is an officially certified Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Belgium and Luxembourg in charge of Albania, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Croatia, Greece,
Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia including Kosovo
(under UNSCR 1244), and Slovenia, as
well as of cooperation with Bulgaria, Hungary, Moldova, Romania and Turkey.

One of the prominent goals of the Chamber is, acting both on the federal levels and on those of the Regions, support of business expansion with the different countries of the South-Eastern Europe. The Brussels based Chamber acts on the European level enhancing the technical cooperation and exchange of know-how and expertise. Currently one of the major activities on the European level is the promotion campaign partnership with the European Commission in building Energy Sustainable South-East Europe.

The Chamber provides services, assistance & information
• in organizing conferences, forums, trainings, short term experts technical assistance, study visits, network meetings and the specialized, targeted missions,
• in business development, development of the strategic partnerships and joint-ventures, property acquiring and privatizations, market and product planning and positioning as well as in securing different financing solutions including PPP,
• for the import and export of goods, for distribution channels, agents and representatives,
• by recommending the most qualified entities with the required expertise, for individual requirements and requests beyond the scope of the Chamber activities.

Source:, accessed on December 9, 2008.



Contact details
Phone:+32-2-223 07 24
Fax:+32- 6- 520 43 27
Address: Public-Private Partnership Platform for South-Eastern Europe. 2 Rue Potagère, 1210 Brussels
Geographical focus
  • International; Other
  • Western Balkans

Entry created by Katarina Rohsmann on December 9, 2008
Modified on December 9, 2008