Islamic Chamber Council for Textile (ICCT)
1992-11-16 Teheran Iran Islamic Rep
16 Nov 1992, Teheran (Iran Islamic Rep), when statutes were adopted, as a permanent, specialized, standing committee of F-XF0345 - Islamic Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Agriculture (ICCIA). Activities commenced end 1994. Original title: Textile Council of Islamic Countries (TCIC). Also referred to as Islamic Textile Council (ITC). Current Statutes amended 4 Dec 1995 and adopted 5 Dec 1995. Ceased to exist prior to 2010.
Contribute and coordinate Member States efforts in attaining close cooperation in the field of textile industry; work for maximum utilization of Member States resources and potential in this sector, ultimately attaining collective self-reliance in the textile industry; develop the textile industry in Member States and protect their collective interests.
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Council (meets annually), comprising 1 member per country. Executive Committee, comprising Chairman, 2 Vice-Chairmen and 6 members. Secretariat, headed by Secretary General of OIC.
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