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Četvrtak, 25. April 2019

About the Chamber

Regional Chamber of Commerce and Industry Pančevo is an independent, expert business association of firms, banks and the other legal entities and enterpreneurs that conduct business activities in the following Municipalities: Pančevo, Vršac, Plandište, Kovin, Kovačica, Bela Crkva, Alibunar and Opovo, an organization which represents their members’ interests through branch associations and centers.


Regional Chamber of Commerce and Industry operates according to the Law of Chamber of Commerce, independently and within a unified chamber system, on bases which were set by Inter-chambers Cooperation Agreement, and following the regulations once set in the Chamber Statute.

It is basically an interest, association of business entities, a place where they gather around and coordinate their interests, establish common attitudes, exchange experiences and establish business connections in our country and abroad as well.


Chamber analyses and supervises the business floats and makes estimates operating conditions, it gives an active contribution in decision making when it comes to economy policies, supervises the effects they have had and suggests the possible corrections. Chamber gives expert advice to their members in terms of dealing with concrete problems, organizes fairs and exhibitions in our country and abroad as well and in this way affirms and makes a promotion of the their latest production programs, making connections between business people and international clients which is being achieved through active contact with international chambers, with their agencies and embassies.

Acknowledging an important role that chamber system receives in social and business transitional process which is happening in this country, the RCCI Pančevo makes a constant effort towards its own transformation so that its operations would set an example.


Chamber cooperates closely with Chamber of Commerce of Serbia, Chamber of Commerce of Vojvodina and with the other regional chambers, republic and provincial institutions, with representatives of international chambers that are present in our county, research institutes and universities, and with district and local selfmanaging offices also.

With its work the expert service enables the conducting of Chamber’s actions and proper functioning of chamber’s system.
Chamber is being financed out of membership fees which are being paid by all of the business entities in the region of South Banat.


Chronology

In 1857 Aleksandar Karađorđević, the grand duke of that time, carried out an enactment-bylaw called “The Organization of Commercial Committee” in Belgrade. The first commercial association in Serbia founded as a result of this enactment; was called “Commercial Committee” with its headquarters located in Belgrade. Commercial Committee relied on guilds and on associations of craftsmen and merchants in its work.

Chamber (commercial) association foundations were laid by establishing the first Commercial Committee in Belgrade, which indicates that chambers of commerce have more than 140 year long tradition in Serbia.


In 1910 the Kingdom of Serbia’s National Parliament passed a law, stores were affected with it, and that was the first time that business associations called chambers were founded in Serbia as a type of public law establishment with the same status and tasks as chambers in the other countries have had.

Commercial Committee in Belgrade continued with its activities as a representative of business interests in the entire territory of its kingdom, even in exile, in France during the World War I.

Kingdom of Serbia’s National Parliament passed another stores law in 1931 and with this act a homogeneous organization of chambers was established in the entire country. Chambers are defined as public law organizations and advisory organs of state administrative offices with autonomous authorities when it comes to the interest of represented business sectors. Membership was obligatory.


The Federal National Parliament passed a law in 1962 with a main purpose of creating the chambers as homogenous organizations and with that act started a new phase in organization and managing of chambers in the SFRJ and in the Republic of Serbia. Instead of chambers which were until than divided into branches, unified chambers of commerce were founded for all of the business sectors.

“Regional Chambers of Commerce and Industry Pančevo” was founded in Pančevo in 1975 and is still operating under the same name.


From 1975 until this day presidents of the RCCI Pančevo were:

  • Sredoja Erdeljan ( 1975-1977 )

  • Vladimir Šarić ( 1977-1981 )

  • Radivoje Dangubić ( 1981-1982 )

  • Živanko Lončarski (1982 -1983)
  • Jovan Živković ( 1983 -1984 )

  • Steva Kolarski ( 1984 -1988 )

  • Dušan Konstantinović ( 1988-1992)

  • Nikola Novković ( 1992 -1993 )

  • Rajko Dabanović ( 1993-2001 )

  • Dušan Gojkov ( 2001-2004 )

  • Dragan Bosilj ( 2004 - ).


Chamber’s administrative organs

The crucial parts of the Chamber are: the Assembly, the Managing Board and the Superior Council.

The Assembly, a supreme part of chamber management, consists out of representatives who are being selected out of members. Assembly has a decisive role when it comes to all of the relevant issues concerning the realization of goals of Chamber associations and works on assignments and tasks which are of common interest both for regional economy and for the proper functioning of chamber; all of these issues are regulated in the Statute and other acts. There are 35 members of Assembly.


Managing Board consists out of 19 members; a director proposes who of the members of Chamber ought to be selected so that the structure of Managing Board provides that all of the business fields are being equally represented as well as corresponding territorial representation. Managing board has a decisive role when it comes to all of the issues that are relevant for work of Chamber and of its expert team; these issues are regulated by Statute.

Superior Council is responsible for the legal control of Chamber work, for the adequate carrying out a Statute and for the other general rules and for the control of Chamber and its expert team operations.


Sector is a basic form of organizing and work, of functionally and sector conjoined Chamber members, and it has been organized for one of the branches or more or groups of economies.
According to Parliament resolution, within a Chamber, the following Sectors were formed:
Industrial Sector
Agricultural Sector
Trading Sector
Small and medium size Firms Sector


The following Centers, in which operating all of the Chamber members are interested in, were formed within a Chamber:
Centre for International Economic Relations and for European Integration
Progress in Commerce and Strategic Development Centre
Transition and Standardization Centre
Education, Information, Marketing and Fairs demonstration Centre

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