The role of National Director is essentially advisory in nature, with specific day-to-day management functions and decision-making delegated to the President and the executive committees of IICCI. The activities of the National Directors that is considered essential to the success and well-being of IICCI includes – 1-Developing National Branch of IICCI in the country and implementing all policies and objectives of IICCI, 2-Developing Membership for National Branch of IICCI and State Branch of IICCI. 3-Ensuring all activities of chamber in the country and state, 4-Recommending, Patron, Goodwill Ambassadors, Observers, member for Youth and Women Committee of IICCI and National Branch of IICCI, 5-Giving advice and counsel to the management of IICCI, especially to the President and Executive Committee of IICCI, 6-Ensuring compliance with the law and all pertinent regulations, statutes and policies, 7-Monitoring performance of National Branch of IICCI, 8-Remaining informed as to the activities in which IICCI is engaged at the local, regional and national levels.
The Global President–IICCI Dr. Mohammed Seraj ANSARI has expressed that the major objective of IICCI is to promote OIC Nations (57 + 5 + 1 = 63 Countries) and Non OIC Nations (Over 250 Countries) business, trade and economic relationship, and bilateral trade, investment and technology transfer, facilitates business collaborations, joint ventures, marketing tie-ups and strategic alliances through a set of proactive business-oriented initiative, and cultural exchanges.
OIC Nations Trade Outlook 2016 According to the OIC annual report titled the COMCEC Trade Outlook 2016, Recent Economic Developments in the World and OIC Countries- Production, Growth and Employment -Global GDP – expressed in current USD and based on PPP – has witnessed an increasing trend over the period 2011-2015. OIC countries also witnessed an increasing trend in economic activity and their GDP increased from US$13.9 trillion in 2011 to US$ 17.1 trillion in 2015. As a group, the OIC countries produced 15.0% of the world total output and 26.1% of that of the developing countries in 2015. In current prices, the share of OIC countries in world total GDP is measured as only 8.6%. The average GDP per capita in OIC countries also increased from US$ 8,988 in 2011 to US$ 10,224 in 2015.
The Global President–IICCI Dr. Mohammed Seraj ANSARI has taken this challenge to increase businesses with OIC Nations & Non OIC Nations. To achieve this target, OIC Nations and Non OIC Nations business, trade and industry need to gear up to face the changed situation in World scenario.
It is for this reason that OIC Nations & Non OIC Nations business & industry attaches huge importance to this new Forum. The IICCI is confident that the road map provided through the interactions at this Forum would go a long way in intensifying and deepening bilateral relations between OIC Nations & Non OIC Nations for Global Peace and Social Integrity of the world.