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PRESENTATION OF THE CCIN

The Niger Chamber of Commerce and Industry (CCIN), a public professional establishment (EPP), ensures the representation of the interests of its members at the commercial and industrial level.
It enjoys legal personality and financial autonomy.
Main structure of supervision and support of the private sector, the Consular Company plays the role of interface between the public authorities and the economic operators. As such, it does everything it can to organize and develop businesses with a view to getting them to better contribute to economic growth.

MISSIONS  :   They are oriented towards the following main axes:
Representation of economic interests;

  • training, information and awareness of economic operators on the various aspects of economic life;
  • advising operators and public authorities on any legal, fiscal, economic and financial issue;
  • capacity building of human resources in companies;
  • management of infrastructures of economic interest;
  • expertise through assistance and advice to promoters of business projects;
  • the preparation of studies of an economic nature affecting the business world;
  • the promotion of economic activities through fairs, exhibitions, exhibitions and trade missions.

ORGANIZATION
The legislative bodies 

  • the National Consular Assembly composed of 170 elected members from different economic sectors of the eight (8) regions of the country 
  • the Regional Consular Assembly (ACR) whose number of members varies between 30 and 80 according to the economic importance of the region;
  • the Standing Committee composed of 47 members including the five elected members of the National Bureau, the 3 members of the Bureaux of the eight RTAs and 18 co-opted consular members domiciled in Niamey.

Advisory bodies

  • the eight (11) technical commissions responsible for carrying out discussions on any question submitted to them or initiated by the consular members or the President;
  • the Establishment Committee made up of around ten members including staff representatives and representatives of the Institution.

GENERAL SECRETARIAT
At the central level
The operational services placed under the authority of the Secretary General are organized into Directorates and Specialized Institutions and Establishments.
The Central Departments are:

  • The Human Resources and Equipment Department (DRH / M);
  • The Finance and Accounting Department (DFC);
  • The Information, Communication and Institutional Relations Department (DIC / RI);
  • The Vocational Training Department (DFP);
  • The Department of Studies and Foresight (DEP);
  • The Trade Promotion Department (DPEC);
  • The Department of Infrastructures of Economic Interest (DIIE).

Specialized
Institutions and Establishments: Specialized Institutions and Establishments are:

  • The Maison de l’Entreprise (ME);
  • The Investment Promotion Center (CPI);
  • The Business Formalities Center (CFE);
  • Niamey Approved Management Center (CGAN);
  • The Approved Management Center of Maradi (CGAM);
  • Niamey Mediation and Arbitration Center (CMAN);
  • The Nigerian Export Promotion Agency (ANIPEX);
  • The National Center for Improvement in Management (CNPG);
  • The Department of Operations and Management of Stores and Customs Clearance Areas (DEGMAD)

At
regional level The CCIN has Regional Directorates in Agadez, Diffa, Dosso, Maradi, Tahoua, Tillabéry, Zinder and Niamey.

Outside :
A CCIN representation at the ports of Cotonou and Lomé

RESOURCES  :
The resources of the CCIN come mainly from:

  1. the contributions of its nationals;
  2. the income from the operation of the establishments and services it administers;
  3. income from the rental of its buildings, its portfolio, its bank deposits and all other related activities;
  4. donations and legacies authorized by law;
  5. subsidies from public administrations, technical and financial partners or private individuals;
  6. the levy resulting from the management of the guarantee fund;
  7. the resources coming from the management of the under-customs warehouses granted or created and all other infrastructures of economic interest;
  8. loans and other exceptional resources.