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The Liberia Chamber of Commerce (LCC) is the leading business organization in Liberia and representing the interest of the private sector. The membership comprises of over 300 top companies and business associations. It was established in 1951.
 
Mission
 
The Liberia Chamber of Commerce (LCC) is dedicated to being the most representative business association and authoritative voice of the private sector, and the lead advocate for reforms that contribute to the creation of an enabling and conducive environment for commerce, industry, trade and agriculture.  The LCC is also dedicated to building the capacity of the private sector and promoting commerce, industry, trade, and agriculture. The LCC is committed to best practices in all aspects of doing business, including but not limited to integrity, respect for human rights, gender equality, corporate governance, and environmental sustainability. 
 
Objectives
  • The promotion of Commerce, Industry, Agriculture and International Trade of Liberia;
  • The collection, evaluation, and dissemination of statistical and other information relating to commerce, agriculture and international trade
  • Promoting and recommending legislation or other measure affecting the aforesaid interests
  • The undertaking by arbitration of the settlement of disputes arising out of commerce, industry, and agriculture in Liberia, and international trade.
  • The doing of all such other things are may be conducive to the promotion or extension of commerce and industry, or incidental to the attainment of the above objectives.

 Leadership

The business of the Chamber is governed by the General Assembly an Executive Council, and a Secretariat.

The General Assembly comprises of the entire membership of the chamber and is the highest decision making body of the chamber.

The Executive Council comprise of elected members which is constituted as follows:

The President 

1st Vice President

2nd Vice President

Arbitration Committee

Ex-Officio Members

The Secretariat comprise of support staff which is headed by a Secretary General

 
 
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