The Federation of Chambers of GCC was an idea initiated by the increasing needs of strengthening GCC chamber bonds and relation as well as consolidating steps enhancing economic cooperation among countries sharing common values and destiny. The preparatory meetings in October 1976, attended by the federations and chambers of the Gulf Arab States paved the way for establishing the initial form of the Federation. In October 1979, the Federation of GCC Chambers (FGCCC) was officially launched as none—profit organization and the city of Dammam in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, was nominated as the host city.
Strengthen and accelerate the pace of economic integration between the GCC countries to attain economic unity.
To provide the proper environment for the development of the Gulf private sector performance and strengthening its competitiveness, to be the locomotive of development in the GCC countries’ economies and the driving tool towards their integration and unity.