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Ruse Chamber of Commerce and Industry


Ruse Chamber of Commerce and Industry

The Ruse Chamber of Commerce and Industry (RCCI) is a nationally represented organization, part of the BCCI system, created to support, promote, represent and protect the economic interests of its members and assist in strengthening market-economic relations for the European and international integration of the region and the country.

Membership in RCCI is voluntary. The membership includes representatives of large, small and medium-sized enterprises, as well as organizations working to support business.

RCCI supports the achievements of companies in the region, by providing them a wide range of modern business services and applying a flexible policy to protect the individual and collective interests of businesses in the region.

The main objectives of the Chamber are:

  1. The Chamber represents, protects, encourages and assists its members in optimizing the business conditions in the country and the region.
  2. The Chamber represents and defends the united interests of its members before the local authorities, but through the Bulgarian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (BCCI) - before the central bodies of state power and government as well as other local and foreign international organizations with which the Chamber maintains partnerships directly or through the BCCI – Sofia.
  3. The Chamber encourages and assists its members to develop their potential and to increase their opportunities for participation in both the internal and the international markets. The Chamber has built a respectable reputation in the field of business services, both at regional, national and international level.

The main priorities of the Ruse Chamber of Commerce and Industry are:

  • Confirmation of the Chamber as the leading and unifying organization supporting business development in the region;
  • Strengthening the role of the Chamber in the field of regional development of Ruse Region and North Central Planning Region;
  • Strengthening the representative functions of the Chamber and effective interaction with local government structures, as well as the central government through the BTPP system, to achieve a favorable economic environment for business;
  • Optimizing and improving the efficiency of the Chamber for business support;
  • More active participation in national and international programs for financing and business support.