The Chamber of Commerce, Industry, Mines and Crafts (CCIMA)
Like the Consular Assemblies, the CCIMA is an advisory body representing the business community in the fields of trade, industry, mining and handicrafts. It was created in 1921 and is headquartered in Douala, the economic capital.
It acts as a conduit between the private business community on the one hand, and the public consultation and representation authorities on the many fields, the most important of which is the economy. . It also develops an abundant activity of supervision and especially of promotion of the industrial and commercial enterprises in term of: collection, treatment and diffusion of the economic and commercial information; production of publications; support for business creation; international exchanges; promotion of exports through participation in fairs and exhibitions; assistance in finding partners. It also maintains a network of relations with the Consular Assemblies of all countries and also with the international organizations interested in the activities of the private sector. In summary, CCIMA has two types of missions: aeconomic mission and a Public Service Mission.
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