What is CFCIB?
The apex body for the private sector organisms in Burundi.
Non-profit organization, the Chamber Represents the interests of the private sector and supports the advancement of commerce in Burundi through advocacy and by building public-private-partnerships, which are critical for the establishment of an Enabling business environment.
At icts founding in 1923, the Association Was Known As The Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Belgium Occupied Territories and the District of Kivu.
In 1943, traders from Kivu and Rwanda-Urundi Decided to form two separate organisms. The Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Rwanda-Urundi cam into being white white.
The combination Was Then renamed the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Rwanda and Burundi Burundi When Decided to end Their economic union in 1964 and adopted icts current structure in April 2010
Vision, Mission and objective
Vision : To create a thriving business community in Burundi
Mission : To Promote and Represent the interests of the Burundi Business Community, national and international trade and Promote Actively influences government policies to Improve business environment.
To Promote, coordinate and protect business and industrial interests in Burundi
To Organizes participation in trade activities
To collect and trade Disseminate information
To Promote training in principles of commerce and industry
CFCIB is the apex body of the Private Sector in Burundi. It is comprised of 13 sectoral and cross cutting chambers.
Executive committee (board)
Actually, the Chamber HAS 13 members:
Sectoral Chamber of Hotels and Tourism
Sectoral Chamber of Art and Handcraft
Sectoral Chamber of Information, Technology and Communication
Sectoral Chamber of International Transport and Forwarding Agents
Sectoral Chamber of Mines
Sectoral Chamber of Services
Sectoral Chamber of Building and Infrastructure
Sectoral Chamber of Agribusiness
Sectoral Chamber of Traders
Sectoral Chamber of Banks and Insurance Companies
Sectoral Chamber of Manufacturers
Chamber of Women Entrepreneurs
Chamber of Provinces
The chamber Maintains cordial and professional relationships with similar professional organisms in the East African Community, Africa and other parts of the world.
Roles and Responsibilities
Design, features and contribute to the advancement and implementation of a policy for private sector development;
Make available to businesses and other private sector associations, technical support, specialized information is consultancies, training and investment;
Contribute to Creating Conditions Necessary for Strengthening and Accessing credit trading, the requirements of transparency, free competition, the introduction of a tax incentive legislation to economic and social development and the fight against Practices That Undermine the stability of business;
Assist in linking national economic operators with partners in the sub-region and in the rest of the World;
Conduct economic studies;
Promote national and international trade, trade fairs and events Including Such As Burundian assist participating firms in foreign fairs and exhibitions; and
Help in setting up norms and standards
Through various interventions, the chamber has-been effective year partner in the development of an effective and Enabling business environment in Burundi with various stakeholders.
No Records Found
Sorry, no records were found. Please adjust your search criteria and try again.