About Us

The Belgian – Luxembourg Chamber of Commerce in Vietnam, better known as BeluxCham, is an independent, non – profit, non – commercial, and professional association.
Our main objective is to inform, serve and support the Belgian and the Luxembourg enterprises and individuals currently operating in Vietnam and the companies willing to do so. Beluxcham is considered as a professional reference, the voice of the Belgian – Luxembourg business community in Vietnam. Moreover, we work in co-operation with the Belgian Embassy, Consulate and the three regional trade representative offices, as well as Eurocham in order to facilitate member’s business in Vietnam.

Upcoming Events

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News & Updates

The BeluxCham 2022 Vietnam Annual General Meeting
The BeluxCham Vietnam Annual General Meeting (AGM) was held on Monday, 07th March 2022 at Belgo – Phan Xich Long …
Follow-up meeting between the Chairman of BeluxCham Vietnam and Ambassador of Vietnam to Belgium and Luxembourg
On 17 January 2022, Mr. Bart Verheyen – Chairman of BeluxCham Vietnam had a meeting with H.E. Mr. Nguyen Van …
Chairman of BeluxCham Vietnam pays an official visit to Luxembourg
On 11 and 12 January 2022, Mr. Bart Verheyen – Chairman of BeluxCham Vietnam visited Luxembourg to strengthen BeluxCham`s ties …
BeluxCham Vietnam received the renewed Accreditation as bilateral Chamber
We are pleased to announce that the Federation of Belgian Chambers has renewed our Accreditation as bilateral Chamber for the …
BeluxCham Vietnam concluded a MOU with BLCC Collective in Asia
On 16 December 2021, BeluxCham Vietnam concluded a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with more than 10 other BeLux & EuroCham …

Vietnam Business News

  • Vietnam’s budget deficit widened by 34 percent in 2020 but remained within the limit set by the National Assembly, Minister of Finance Ho Duc Phoc has said.
  • Facebook parent Meta will charge a 5 percent value added tax on all Vietnamese advertisements starting June 1 after assuring the government it will fulfill its tax obligations.
  • Industrial land rent in Ho Chi Minh City have surged to a record high of $198 per square meter per term, leading all localities, with an occupancy of 90 percent.
  • People are increasingly reluctant to invest time and money in play-to-earn games after the value of many in-game currencies has nosedived.
  • Vietnam’s stock market will continue to grow strongly thanks to corporates’ resilient earnings, vibrant exports and the possibility of being upgraded as an emerging market, HSBC has said.