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The Swiss Chamber of Commerce for Belgium and the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg is headquartered in Brussels. It was founded in 1898.

Its main purpose is to serve as a platform for encounters between economic, cultural, and political circles representing Belgium, the European Union, Luxembourg and Switzerland.

Our chamber of commerce organizes a dozen events per year. The annual events include: a summer cocktail party in June and Christmas dinner in December, which take place in Belgium, and a New Year's cocktail party in February, in Luxembourg.

Our chamber of commerce has over 220 members, and does not receive any government subsidies. It is run by volunteers only, and is solely funded by sponsors and membership fees.

The members of the board of directors and I are happy to welcome you as a new member, whether you are an individual person or a company.



Friends of Switzerland at EFTA HOUSE

Tuesday 19 September 2023

(réservé aux membres)

Between 18.00 and 20.00 at EFTA House Who is doing what in Brussels? You asked yourself the...

Raclette Party à l’occasion du match de foot...

Monday 19 June 2023

(réservé aux membres)

La passion pour le foot ne souffre pas des crises de quelque type qu’elles soient ! ...
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Cocktail d’été

Wednesday 7 June 2023

à 18 heures au Château de la Hulpe

Organiser un même événement chaque année au même endroit a tout...
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Mai 2023

Janvier 2023

Octobre 2022

Free movement of persons creates prosperity

The latest report by the State Secretariat for Economic Affairs (SECO) on the implementation of the Agreement with the EU on the Free Movement of Persons confirms: Switzerland has benefited greatly...

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Parameters for a negotiation madate: The course is set for the further development of bilateral relations

economiesuisse welcomes the fact that the Federal Council intends to prepare for the adoption of a negotiating mandate by the end of the year. It is now important that the outstanding points are...

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Sometimes, less is more – key factors for innovation and a competitive economy

Innovation is one of the most important factors to create prosperity and combat major challenges such as climate change or demographic development. Innovation policy cannot be separated from...

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