To accomplish the missions assigned to it, the CCIMC has two decision-making organs made up of elected members. These organs are:
The Plenary Assembly, which is the highest deliberative organ. Its members have a four-year term renewable.
It has a membership of 160, and its role is to voice its opinion when consulted on:
• All issues pertaining to trade, industry, crafts, mining and service-provision that fall within its area of competence;
• All important issues beneficial to the national economy in general; -serif'; mso-fareast-font-family: 'Times New Roman'; mso-bidi-font-family: Arial;">
It has other prerogatives that are exercised according to conditions laid down in its status, particularly:
- The appointment, upon the proposal of the Executive Bureau, of the Secretary-General, the main collaborator of the President of the CCIMC;
- The appointment of honorary Presidents and members, where necessary;
- Voting the internal regulations and the financial regulations of the CCIMC.
The Executive Bureau is the management organ.
- Made up of 12 members, the Executive Bureau has extended powers for the administrative and financial management of the CCIMC.
The four sections which determine the scopes of action and competence of the CCIMC:
- Commerce Section;
- Industry, Mines and Building & Public Works Section;
- Services Section;
- Crafts Section.
Generally, the President heads the services of the CCIMC and is the main Chief Authorising Officer.
o The head office of the CCIMC is located in Douala. The CCIMC is represented in the ten regions by the Regional Delegations.
o Regional Delegations carry out the missions of the CCIMC in the regions. They are headed by Delegates who are elected members.