International Sugar Organization (ISO)

Organisation internationale du sucre (OIS)
Organización Internacional del Azúcar
Mezdunarodnaja Organizacija po Saharu

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History

Established 1968, to administer International Sugar Agreement, 1968, as a successor to International Sugar Council, which was set up in May 1937, London (UK), and terminated its activity by operating International Sugar Agreement, 1958. Various ISAs followed. Present Agreement entered into force on 20 Jan 1993. Initial life span scheduled for 5 years with no limit on the number of 2-year extensions which may be made. Agreements registered: International Sugar Agreement, 1953 in 'UNTS 1/3677'; 1958 in 'UNTS 1/5534'; 1968 in 'UNTS 1/9369'; International Sugar Agreement, 1973 in 'UNTS 1/12951'; International Sugar Agreement, 1977 in 'UNTS 1/16200'; International Sugar Agreement, 1984; International Sugar Agreement, 1987 (ISA); International Sugar Agreement, 1992.

Aims

Ensure enhanced international cooperation in connection with world sugar matters and related issues; provide a forum for intergovernmental consultations on sugar and on ways to improve the world sugar economy; facilitate trade by collecting and providing information on the world sugar market and other sweeteners; encourage increased demand for sugar, particularly for non-traditional uses.

Future Events

2019 London, UK – Annual Seminar

Past Events(1)

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Activities

Knowledge management/information dissemination; events/meetings. Management of treaties and agreements: International Sugar Agreement, 1953; International Sugar Agreement, 1973; International Sugar Agreement, 1977; International Sugar Agreement, 1984; International Sugar Agreement, 1987 (ISA); International Sugar Agreement, 1992.

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Languages

English, French, Russian, Spanish.

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Relations with Inter-Governmental Organizations

Relations with 15 inter-governmental organizations.
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Relations with Non-Governmental Organizations

Relations with 6 non-governmental organizations.
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Members

Members in 87 countries
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Subjects *

  • Industry
    • Condiments, Preserves
    • Cosmetics, Soaps, Additives

UN Sustainable Development Goals **

UIA Org ID

B2606

Last News Received

25. Sep 2019
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