Chamber of Commerce (Chambre de Commerce) (Djibouti)
Created in 1907, on the initiative of a group of local merchants, the Djibouti Chamber of Commerce has since evolved in its Statutes to become, in 2002, thanks to the latest reforms, the Institution representative of the private sector at nationwide. Thus, all sectors of economic activity are represented on the deliberative body, the General Assembly which has forty four (44) elected members.
The Chamber of Commerce is headed by a President, who is the executive body, and who represents the Institution legally and officially, in all administrative acts. He is assisted in this task by a Bureau composed of eight (8) members elected by the General Assembly.
All the elected Members exercise voluntarily and do not receive any remuneration or indemnity.
The Services and Establishments managed by the CCD benefit from the experience of voluntary business men and women, driven by the concern for the general interest, experienced in business management and in mastering the development of activities commercial.See more