ECO Chamber of Commerce and Industry (ECO-CCI)
1989 Istanbul Turkey
1989, Istanbul (Turkey), on approval of statutes by heads of founding member national chambers of commerce, as a regional institution of D-XD3153 - Economic Cooperation Organization (ECO) for the private sector. Established in conformity with Article 30 of the Treaty of Izmir, originally signed 12 Mar 1977. Revives the activities of U-XE9378 - RCD Chamber of Commerce and Industry, which existed from 1965 to 1984. New ECO members admitted Jun 1993.
Facilitate trade and economic cooperation; promote closer relations among free enterprises; realize joint investment in member countries.
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General Assembly; Executive Council; National Committees. Headquarters rotate biennially among member countries.
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