The Israel-Asia Chamber of Commerce was established in 1984, and for over three decades it has provided professional and customized services to Israeli corporations and individuals operating in the Asian markets as well as Asian entities and investors operating in Israel.

The Chamber promotes commercial relations between Israel and Asia and works closely with its sister organizations throughout Asia in order to enhance the bilateral trade between the countries. It has vast experience in identifying and creating business opportunities for the benefit of its members and partners, and in assisting them in bridging the cultural differences and closing deals successfully.

The Chamber is a nonprofit organization which cooperates closely with its founders, which include Israel’s Ministries of Economy, Finance and Foreign Affairs as well as Israel’s leading economic organizations – The Manufacturers Association of Israel, The Israel Export & International Cooperation Institute and The Federation of Israeli Chambers of Commerce.

The Chamber is active in most Asian countries, including countries with which Israel has no diplomatic relations, namely: China, Hong Kong, India, South Korea, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand, Philippines, Vietnam, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar (Burma), Malaysia and Indonesia.