History of Bosnia and Herzegovina - Wikipedia

The report identifies several key next steps that focus on implementation including: Improving corporate information, particularly ownership disclosure, related party transactions procedures, and financial reporting; promoting effective and active boards of directors; strengthening institutions, including the securities regulator, and the companies registry; and modernizing securities markets by strengthening intermediation and related regulations.

Bosnia and Herzegovina Overview - World Bank Group
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Foreign Trade Chamber of Bosnia and Herzegovina was established by Law on Foreign Trade Chamber of Bosnia and Herzegovina (“Official Gazette of BiH” Nr: 30/01) and is affirmed as the legal successor of Chamber of Commerce of BiH.


Bosnia and Herzegovina - The Economist

This was because the 'ownership transfer' was provided on a grant basis from the government to citizens.
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Ten of these areas are included in this year’s ranking on the ease of doing business: starting a business, dealing with construction permits, getting electricity, registering property, getting credit, protecting minority investors, paying taxes, trading across borders, enforcing contracts and resolving insolvency.


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In December 1946, Government of People’s Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina (PRBiH) established the Chamber of Trade and Industry by dissolving the Chamber of Trade and Industry in Banja Luka, merging its area of activity with the area of activity of the Chamber of Trade and Industry in Sarajevo.

Bosnia and Herzegovina Economy: Population, GDP, …

In the first Article of this Law, it has been determined such as follows: "Chamber of Trade and Crafts is established with the seat in Sarajevo and will represent the interests of trade, crafts, including mining", and will cover “the whole territory of Bosnia and Herzegovina”.

Free Trade Agreement between Turkey and Bosnia and Herzegovina

By this Law, in May 1962, Republic Chamber of Commerce of Bosnia and Herzegovina was established by merging of five following chambers: Chamber of Commerce of BiH, Chamber of Catering Industry of BiH, Chamber of Agriculture and Forestry of BiH, Chamber of Mining, Industry, Construction and Traffic of BiH, and Cooperative Association of BiH.