ARTICLE 4. Membership

  • 4.1       Membership in the EUROPEAN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE shall be divided into three (3) categories:
    • (a)        Ordinary Members which may be either:
      • (i)         Ordinary Corporate Members: companies in good standing which are established under the laws of any EU Member State or which are majority-owned subsidiaries of such companies or which can demonstrate to the satisfaction of the Executive Committee that they have substantial ties to the EU and which have a legal presence in Vietnam in a form permitted by the laws of Vietnam; or
      • (ii)        Ordinary Individual Members: individuals of good standing who are nationals of any EU Member State and who can demonstrate to the satisfaction of the Executive Committee that they are actively involved in business, trade, investment and/or other permitted activities in Vietnam but are not members of an organization which could become an Corporate Member and who are ordinarily resident in Vietnam.
    • (b)        Associate Members which may be either:
      • (i)         Associate Corporate Members:
        • (1)        companies in good standing which are established under the laws of Vietnam; or
        •  (2)        companies in good standing which are established under the laws of any EU Member State or which are majority-owned subsidiaries of such companies or which can demonstrate to the satisfaction of the Executive Committee that they have substantial ties to the EU and Vietnam but which do not have a legal presence in Vietnam in a form permitted by the laws of Vietnam.
      • (ii)        Associate Individual Members: individuals of good standing who are nationals of any EU Member State and who can demonstrate to the satisfaction of the Executive Committee that they are actively involved in business, trade, investment and/or other permitted activities in Vietnam and/or the EU but are not members of an organization which could become a Corporate member and who are not ordinarily resident in Vietnam.
    • (c)        Honorary Members: individuals who have made, or are likely to make, a special contribution to the EUROPEAN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE and who are invited by the Executive Committee to become Honorary Members of the EUROPEAN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE.
  • 4.2       Corporate Representation
    • Each Corporate Member shall appoint one of its officers or employees to represent it at EUROPEAN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE Meetings ("Company Representative"). Each Company Representative shall be appointed by the Corporate Member giving written notice to the Executive Committee and may be removed and replaced at any time by the Corporate Member giving the Executive Committee written notice of his/her removal and the name of his/her replacement.

TABLE OF CONTENT

ARTICLE 1.    Definitions
ARTICLE 2.    Name, form and offices of the European Chamber of Commerce
ARTICLE 3.    Objectives of the European Chamber of Commerce
ARTICLE 4.    Membership
ARTICLE 5.    Application and election for membership
ARTICLE 6.    Rights and duties of members
ARTICLE 7.    Resignation, expulsion and termination of members
ARTICLE 8.    The European Chamber of Commerce meetings
ARTICLE 9.    Executive committee of the European Chamber of Commerce 
ARTICLE 10.  Funds, property and financial matters
ARTICLE 11.  Advisory committee
ARTICLE 12.  Reporting
ARTICLE 13.  Amendment of the statutes
ARTICLE 14.  Establishment and dissolution of the European Chamber of Commerce 
ARTICLE 15.  Auditor
ARTICLE 16.  Governing law and disputes
 

 

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