The Liberia Chamber of Commerce (LCC) is an influential force for businesses in the Republic of Liberia. Created by an Act of Legislation in 1951, LCC is Liberia oldest and most representative institution advocating the business interest of a very diverse private sector, representing over 300 companies and business associations. LCC is officially the representative body of Employers under the tripartite arrangement with the Government of Liberia and the Liberia Labor Congress.

 The Liberia Chamber of Commerce was established for:

 The promotion of Commerce, Industry, Agriculture and International Trade

 The collection, evaluation, and dissemination of statistical and other information relating to Commerce, Agriculture and International Trade

 Promoting and recommending legislation or other measures affecting the aforesaid interests

 The undertaking by arbitration of the settlement of disputes arising out of Commerce, Industry, Agriculture in Liberia and International Trade

 The doing of all such other things as may be conducive to the promotion or extension of trade and commerce, or incidental to the attainment of the above objectives

 Collaboration with government to ensure a conducive and enabling business environment through an engaging business environment and consultative process.

 The Liberia Chamber of Commerce is comprised of a General Assembly (its members) who elect an Executive Council as its governing body every two years.