The U.S. Chamber of Commerce is the world’s largest business organization representing the interests of more than 3 million businesses of all sizes, sectors, and regions. Worldwide, its members include some of the world’s largest corporations that conduct business globally, as well as smaller organizations that are looking to grow their international reach and rely on the support of the Chamber to achieve their goal. There are currently 117 international Chambers in 103 countries that are affiliated with the U.S. Chamber of Commerce based in Washington D.C.


As members of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, AmChams benefit from innumerable services and privileges associated with U.S. Chamber membership. AmChams advance the interests and views of U.S. business overseas to uphold the highest standards of commercial practice, and to serve as a bridge to communicate the point of view of the U.S. trade partners to the American business public. Through AmChams, business people of the United States and host countries come together and promote their mutual interests. AmChams can be an important force in helping to create opportunities for international businesses in foreign countries, which in turn brings significant value to the countries where the business is being conducted. The U.S. Chamber mission in Africa is to build lasting prosperity for Africans and Americans through job creation and entrepreneurial spirit.

The major activity of an AmCham is to provide services to member firms who support the organization. AmCham Libya facilitates business between the U.S. and Libya, provides a forum in which American and Libyan business people can identify and address common areas of interest regarding their commercial interests in Libya and has as its goal the promotion of a vibrant economy, while protecting and advancing the interests of our members, and the community as a whole.

The reconstruction of Libya is one of the largest and most important undertakings in the region in recent memory. Libyans deserve the best of what the world can offer, and businesses that are willing to make the commitment have the opportunity to reap great benefits. It is in this spirit that AmCham Libya strives to help both sides.



Libya Investment Summit 2017, Istanbul, Turkey

May 9-11, 2017

– Panel Moderator: “Assessing existing projects in Libya: Ongoing examples and case studies of international business operating successfully in Libya throughout the period since the revolution.”

– Panelist: “Libyan in country construction resources and capability – what can you source locally and what should be imported?”


Joint AmCham Libya, AmCham Tunisia Event

March 30, 2017

– AmCham Libya Director addressed AmCham Tunisia Event focused on investing in Libya


– Signed Memorandum of Understanding (click link for PDF)

– Presentation given by AmCham Libya (click link for PPT)