European Centre for Regional Development
Centre européen du développement régional (CEDRE)
Centro Europeo para el Desarrollo Regional
Europäisches Zentrum für Regionale Entwicklung
Centro Europeo per lo Sviluppo Regionale
1985-01-19 Strasbourg France
19 Jan 1985, Strasbourg (France), by representatives of 50 European regions, on the initiative of the Region of Alsace (France). D-XE3500 - Assembly of European Regions (AER), a political organization which worked closely with CEDRE, was created 15 Jun 1985. CEDRE ceased activities 31 Dec 1996.
Act as a scientific, technical and economic cooperation organization through which the European regions may act directly and on their own initiative in the field of regional economics in Europe and in the Community institutions.
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Scientific Council; U-XK0097 - Conseil européen pour la coopération décentralisée et le rapprochement d'entreprises; U-XK0177 - Interregional Commission on Transport in Mediterranean Countries (CITRAME); Joint AER-CEDRE Delegation (Brussels). Regional antennae: Atlantic, in Poitiers (France); counties of the East, in Warsaw (Poland).
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