The Commercial Association of Porto is the natural partner of your company. A catalyst for ideas and a contact facilitator, she works actively to improve the business environment and institutional cooperation in the Region.
The Statute of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry that has been recognized allows it to assure a set of functions and functions delegated by the State, namely in the scope of business formalities and commercial arbitration.
The MCCI, established in 1850, is the oldest non-profit making institution representing the private sector in Mauritius. With the increase in the island’s volume of trade during the first decades of British administration, the Mauritian business community felt the need for a formal representational and arbitration framework to foster the interests of the trading community and to settle disputes and conflicts arising in trade-related activities.
The Chamber of Commerce Industry and Agriculture of Beirut and Mount Lebanon (CCIA-BML) is a non-profit private organization working for the public benefit.
Established in 1887, the CCIA-BML is the main among the four Lebanese Chambers that operate based on Decree Law 36/67 enacted in 1967. The Lebanese Chambers are the sole providers of consular services to members, which include certification of origin and authentication of commercial documents.
The Paraguayan Arbitration and Mediation Center (CAMP), under the National Chamber of Commerce and Services of Paraguay (CNCSP), is a private non-profit organization, constituted to promote the application of Alternative Methods of Dispute Resolution in an institutionalized manner in society, whose advantages lie in its speed, confidentiality, informality, flexibility, economy and specialty.
The Geneva Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Services – known as the CCIG –, a private and independent organisation, works towards a strong economy, conducive to local businesses sustaining their activities long-term. The CCIG speaks for businesses by taking positions on Cantonal and Federal legislative consultations and by formulating proposals affecting the framework conditions, often in the context of voting campaigns.
THE EUROPEAN COURT OF ARBITRATION
The European Court of Arbitration is the branch of the European Centre of Arbitration and Mediation which promotes arbitration and administers international and domestic arbitration.
THE MEDIATION CENTRE FOR EUROPE, THE MEDITERRANEAN AND THE MIDDLE EAST
The Mediation Centre is the branch of the European Centre of Arbitration and Mediation, which promotes mediation and administers mediation proceedings.
INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL OF ARBITRATION AND MEDIATION FOR THE MEDITERRANEAN AND THE MIDDLE EAST
The International School of Arbitration and Mediation is the body entrusted with organizing trainings and developing the culture of arbitration and of mediation.
THE MEDITERRANEAN COURT OF ARBITRATION
The Mediterranean Court of Arbitration is the division formed to deal with disputes in the Mediterranean.
Is a non-profit organization created by the Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Services of Rabat in partnership with the Ministry of Commerce and Industry and the Ministry of Justice
Vilnius Court of Commercial Arbitration was established as a result of the reorganization of the two arbitration institutions. At the end of October 2003, two main Lithuanian permanent arbitration institutions – the Arbitration Court at the Association International Chamber of Commerce Lithuania and the Vilnius International Commercial Arbitration were merged into one institution, the Vilnius Court of Commercial Arbitration (VCCA). Vilnius Court of Commercial Arbitration was registered as a permanent arbitration institution with the Ministry of Justice of the Republic of Lithuania on 27 September 2003.