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April 13, 2021

Mihai Daraban elected President of CCIR for a 5-year tenure

President of the Constanta Chamber of Commerce, Industry, Navigation and Agriculture Mihai Daraban was unanimously elected on Friday as head of Romania’s Chamber of Commerce and Industry (CCIR), for a five-year tenure.

“Our objective is to endorse Romanian companies and ensure a real dialogue between the business environment and authorities. The chamber system has the strongest national business infrastructure and it is made available to member companies across the country. We will publicly promote the major interest topics for Romania’s companies: the need for predictability of governmental decisions, the simplification of legislation, the reduction of bureaucracy, the stimulation of investments and, an extremely important aspect – the optimisation of public expenditures. Without an optimisation of public expenditures, vital areas, such as education, healthcare or infrastructure, will not be able to benefit from the necessary level of public investments,” Mihai Daraban stated in a release of the CCIR sent to AGERPRES.

The General Assembly of members of Romania’s Chamber of Commerce and Industry elected on Friday, 10 November, the management bodies of the institution for the next 5-year mandate.

The Board Management of the National Chamber is made up of 27 members, elected through the decision of the General Assembly according to the article 21 of the National Chamber statute.

The National Chamber is a non-governmental, autonomous, nonprofit organisation, of public utility, with legal personality, which represents, supports and defends the general interests of the Romanian business community, aiming to promote and develop industry, trade, services and agriculture, in accordance with the requirements of the market economy, being organized and operating under Law No. 335/2007 of Romania’s Chambers of Commerce.

Photo: www.ccir.ro

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