Global civil society activity in Reus, Spain

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Reus is the capital of Baix Camp, in the province of Tarragona, in Catalonia, Spain. The area has always been an important producer of wines and spirits, and gained continental importance at the time of the Phylloxera plague. Nowadays it is known for its commercial activity, for being a centre for rock-climbing and as the birthplace of architect Antoni Gaudí.

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Organizations based in Reus

Sociedad Internacional de Gestión y Economia Fuzzy Est. 1993

International Nut and Dried Fruit Council Foundation Est. 1983

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Past Events in Reus

2012 Annual Congress – Sociedad Internacional de Gestión y Economia Fuzzy
2011 Annual Congress – Sociedad Internacional de Gestión y Economia Fuzzy
2010 Annual conference / Meeting – European Network on Industrial Policy
2010 Annual meeting – European Commodities Exchange
2008 Annual meeting – European Association 'Inédits'
2004 International congress on hazelnut – International Society for Horticultural Science
2002 General assembly and meeting / General Assembly – Europe de l'enseignement agronomique
2001 International conference on scientific discoveries on tree nuts
1996 International forum of olive oil
1994 Annual congress – Sociedad Internacional de Gestión y Economia Fuzzy
1992 International forum of olive oil
1990 Annual congress – European Academy of Management and Business Economics
1987 Meeting – Group of Mediterranean Research on Almond and Pistachios
1984 World Tree Nut Congress – International Nut and Dried Fruit Council Foundation
1980 World Tree Nut Congress – International Nut and Dried Fruit Council Foundation

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