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英文名称：Canadian Asia Pacific Association of Industry and Commerce
第三条 注册地址：1—D Badgerow Ave., toronto M4M 1Y9 Ontario Canada
第二十九条 本章程经2016年 6月30日会员大会表决通过。
Constitution of Canada Asia Pacific Chamber of Commerce and Industry
Chapter I General Principles
Article 1 The name of the Association is: Canada Asia Pacific Chamber of Commerce and Industry. Abbreviations: "Asia Pacific Federation of Industry and Commerce".
English name: canadian asia pacific association of industry and commerce
Article 2 Nature of the Association: Non-profit social organizations voluntarily formed by economic and trade, industry and commerce, entrepreneurs, cultural circles and overseas Chinese in the Asia-Pacific region and registered with the Canadian government have the status of social legal persons.
Article 3 registered address: 1-d badgerow ave., toronto m4m 1y9 ontario Canada
Article 4 Purpose of the Association
The aim of the Association is to uphold the patriotic feeling of "being the first to dare, to love others and to win, to cherish one's ancestors and hometown, and to give back to one's hometown", to promote the process of social economy, social culture and global economic integration, and to contribute to the economic and cultural prosperity and great rejuvenation of the Chinese nation.
Chapter II Scope of Business
Article 5 Scope of Business The scope of business of the Association is to promote economic and cultural exchanges and cooperation between Canada and the Asia-Pacific region.
(1) Undertaking visits and fairs by economic, trade and cultural delegations of Chinese governments at all levels;
(2) Exchange and cooperation with the Asia-Pacific region in economy, trade, culture, education, humanities, science and technology, environmental protection, etc.
(3) Provide legal advice on immigration, study abroad, etc.
Chapter III Rights and Obligations of Members
Article 7 Members
(1) It is composed of economic and trade, industry and commerce, entrepreneurs, cultural circles, overseas Chinese and people from all walks of life who love the cause of the Association in the Asia-Pacific region;
(2) The requirements for applying for membership in the Association: to recognize the Association's articles of association and actively participate in various activities of the Association;
(3) membership procedure:
1, recommended by members; 2. Fill in the registration form for membership application;
3, by the general assembly for qualification examination; 4. Join the club after examination and approval.
(4) Members shall enjoy the following powers:
1. The right to participate in the activities of the Association; 2. The right to vote and be elected;
3. Access to the services of this Council; 4. The right to criticize and suggest the work of the Association; 5. Request the Association to provide help for safeguarding the legitimate rights and interests of its members; 6, voluntary membership, will be free to withdraw.
(5) Members must fulfill the following obligations:
1. Implement the resolutions of this Council and safeguard the legitimate rights and interests and reputation of this Council; 2. Complete the work and tasks assigned by the Association; 3, according to the provisions of the payment of membership fees;
4. Report the situation to this Council and provide relevant information and suggestions.
Chapter IV Organizational Structure and Functions
Article 8 The highest authority of the Association is the member representative assembly, which is held every 2 years and is held in the Asia-Pacific region on a rotating basis.
Article 9 The functions and powers of a member congress are as follows:
(1) Formulating and amending the articles of association of the Association; (two) the election and recall of executive directors; (3) Reviewing the work report and financial report of the Standing Council;
(4) deciding on termination matters; (5) Formulating the work guidelines and tasks of the Association; (6) to decide on other important matters.
Article 10 The Standing Council is the executive body of the Member's Congress. It leads the Council in its daily work during the closing period of the Member's Congress and is responsible to the Member's Congress.
Article 11 Functions and powers of the Standing Council
(1) to elect the chairman, executive vice-chairman, vice-chairman, executive chairman and secretary-general of the association; (2) To prepare for the convening of a member congress; (3) Hiring the reputation and consultants of the Association; (4) to report the work and financial situation of the general assembly to the general assembly of members; (five) decided to set up the general assembly offices, branches, representative offices and entities; (6) To decide on the employment of the principal leaders of various institutions, formulate the internal management system, formulate the activity plans and plans of the Association, and lead the work of various institutions of the Association; (seven) to raise funds to ensure and expand the sources of funds.
Article 12 The Association shall have a president, a deputy president, vice presidents, a secretary-general and an executive secretary-general.
Article 13 The chairman, executive vice-chairman, vice-chairman, executive chairman, secretary-general and executive secretary-general of the Association shall serve a term of four years and may be re-elected.
Article 14 If work requires, there may be 9-13 members of the Standing Committee of the General Assembly.
Article 15 The chairman, executive vice-chairman, vice-chairman, executive chairman, secretary-general and executive secretary-general of the Association shall be elected through a combination of democratic consultation, recommendation and election of members' congress.
Article 16 The President of this Council shall exercise the following powers:
(a) to convene and preside over the meeting of the executive directors; (2) to check the implementation of the resolutions of the members' congress and the executive directors' meeting; (3) Signing relevant important documents on behalf of this Council; (4) to inspect and supervise the work of various institutions of this Council. Article 18 due to special circumstances, the chairman (chief chairman) may designate an executive chairman to preside over the overall work of the association.
Article 17 This Council shall set up a secretariat to be responsible for daily work. The Secretary-General exercises the following powers:
(a) presided over the offices to carry out daily work, to carry out the work of branches, representative offices and entities, and to organize the implementation of the annual work plan of the association; (2) to be responsible for the preparatory work for the member congress, the standing Council and the president's office meeting; (3) To be responsible for printing letters and archival materials of the Association; (4) Nominating the Deputy Secretary-General and other principal responsible persons of various offices; (5) To be responsible for the administration of the website, WeChat public platform and journal of the Association; (6) Handling other daily affairs of the Association; (7) Responsible for matters assigned by the chairman.
Chapter V Administration and Use of Funds
Article 18 The sources of funds and expenditures of this Council:
(a) sources of funding
1. Contributions; 2. Donation; 3. Income from activities or services carried out within the approved business scope; 4. Interest;
5. Other legal income.
The funds of the Association must be used for the business scope and career development as stipulated in the Articles of Association and shall not be distributed among members. Scope of expenditure:
1, office expenses (including headquarters rent, office supplies purchase costs, printing costs, chamber of commerce journals, briefing design, printing costs, etc.); 2. Travel expenses; 3. Meeting expenses (expenses for the general meeting of members, the executive council, the executive chairman's office meeting, the secretariat's working meeting, and other meetings held in the name of the Association); 4. Funds for foreign affairs activities of the Association;
5. Expenses for various activities organized by the Association to serve its members; 6. Other normal expenses related to this Council; 7. Salaries of employees.
Article 19 The membership fee of the Association is $500 yuan/4 years (session).
Article 20 The membership fee of the Association must be used for the business scope stipulated in the Articles of Association. No unit or individual may embezzle, embezzle or embezzle the assets of the Association.
Article 21 The FSC shall establish a strict financial system to ensure the truthfulness, accuracy and completeness of accounting data.
Article 22 The asset management of the Association must implement the financial management system of the association and accept the supervision of the member congress and the competent authority.
Article 23 The salaries, insurance and welfare benefits of the full-time staff of this Association shall be decided by the Standing Council according to the actual situation.
Chapter VI Procedures for Amending Articles of Association
Article 24 Any amendment to the articles of association of the Association shall be submitted to the association registration authority for approval after being voted by the Standing Council and approved by the member representative assembly.
Chapter VII Termination Procedures and Property Disposal after Termination
Article 25 When the FSC is terminated or dissolved by itself, or needs to be cancelled due to separation, merger and other reasons, the Standing Council shall propose a termination motion, which shall be voted by the general meeting of members and submitted to the competent business unit for examination and approval.
Article 26 Before the termination of this Council, a liquidation organization shall be established under the guidance of the relevant authorities to clear up creditor's rights and debts and deal with the aftermath. During the liquidation period, no activities other than liquidation will be carried out.
Article 27 The Association shall be terminated upon going through the formalities for cancellation of registration by the association registration authority.
Article 28 The remaining property after the termination of the Association shall be used for the development of undertakings related to the purposes of the Association under the supervision of the association registration administration authority and in accordance with relevant regulations.
Chapter VIII Supplementary Provisions
Article 29 The Articles of Association are approved by the general meeting of members on June 30, 2016.
Article 30 The power to interpret these Articles of Association shall be vested in the Standing Council of the Association.