Vision of the Union
The Union hopes through the local chambers, councils and clubs of Libyan businessmen to contribute to achieve a good return and added value to the Libyan economy by activating the direction of the state which encourage the private sector and give him greater opportunities to assume the responsibilities and tasks of the economic burden through what they will to establish industrial and service projects and calls the national capital And from individual savings that have been idle for many years.
Goals of the Union
The General Union seeks assistance and support in the process of promoting trade, industry and agriculture, and taking care of the interests of the businessmen from the chambers in all fields in the interest of the national economy and within the framework of the general policy of the state.
Coordination in international relations
Proposal to establish a joint chamber of commerce with foreign and Arab countries and representation of Libya in it.
Management of public associations and administrative committees
Nominating the members of the General Assemblies and the Administrative Committees of the Joint Chambers from the Libyan side and proposing their establishment on the corresponding rooms abroad.
Organize visits and economic gatherings
Preparing for the visits of trade and foreign delegations and the formation of economic and Libyan delegations from businessmen and specialists to travel abroad, receiving and farewelling economic delegations from all countries of the world and discussing enhancing cooperation with their countries in the fields of trade and industry.
Creation of economic forums
Establishing economic forums with brotherly and friendly countries, exchanging information and publications with them and exchanging official visits.
Follow up of Chambers
Follow up the affairs of chambers of commerce with the administrative, economic and other public bodies, and the cost of the chambers in the investigations with the commercial delegations at home and abroad and the common chambers and establish rules of cooperation and coordination between them and resolve any dispute between them.
Participation in local and international events
Participating in economic conferences, internal and external exhibitions, holding conferences and exhibitions and supervising them at home and abroad.
Contribute to support decisions and legislation
Preparation of studies and research and making recommendations and proposals for economic and industrial affairs and participation in decision-making in legislative and executive bodies.
Protect and defend the members of the Chambers
The establishment of a arbitration and conciliation center, which is concerned with the arbitration of disputes between the members of the chambers at the request of the concerned parties provided that the parties to the dispute do not belong to a single chamber of commerce and settle the dispute in which a foreign party is based on the agreement of the parties concerned.