A list of registered companies and key data about each company. Open data from company registers may be used for many ends: e.g. enabling customers and businesses to see with whom they deal, or to see where a company has registered offices. This definition draws on the work of OpenCorporates.
|Available free of charge||No|
|In an open and machine-readable format|
|Print data||No||According to the original researcher paper-based records are available. But we were unable to verify if it is possible for the public to see these records. Unfortunately a verbal statement from a government official does not suffice to verify if it is possible to get paper-based information.|
|Collected by government||Yes|
|findable_steps||I talked to someone who has worked with the Guichet unique, in charge of creating companies|
|characteristics||None of the above|
|Collector name||National Agency for the Promotion of Investments||The National Agency for the Promotion of Investments takes care of the formation of businesses. The Guichet Unique de Création d’entreprise seems to be the official body to register companies. It provides a portal for applicants to track the status of their company registration: http://e-guce.guichetunique.cd/e-guce/ It also announces successful registrations: “Dans le souci de rapprocher les usagers des services du Guichet Unique de Création d’Entreprise, la Direction Générale informe le public de l’ouverture dès le lundi 29 mai 2017 de son antenne de Matete située au bâtiment du Tribunal de Commerce de matete (1ère rue Limete industriel, en face de Saint-Raphaël). Yet it is not possible to see more information about an individual registration. The original researcher referred his assessment to the DGRAD which seems to be the tax agency where applicants require a tax number, but not where they register the formation of a company.|