Southeast Asia Tin Research and Development Centre (SEATRADC)
Centre pour le recherche et le développement de l'étain dans l'Asie du Sud-Est
Centro para la Investigación y el Desarrollo del Estaño en Asia Sudoriental
28 Apr 1977, on signature of an agreement by the Governments of Indonesia, Malaysia and Thailand, as a special body under the aegis of E-XE4177 - United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP). Agreement entered into force 10 Feb 1978. Centre operational early 1979. Statutes registered in 'UNTS 1/16434'. Dissolved 1 Jan 1995.
Promote, conduct and coordinate research and training in exploration, evaluation, mining, mineral processing and smelting of tin in member countries; collect, collate and publish statistics and data of importance for the continued prosperity of the tin mining industry; increase technological knowledge within the industry by establishing training courses, promoting lectures, symposia, on-the-job and other means of training and development of personnel within the mining sector of member countries; provide advisory services and carry out commissions on the study of scientific, technological and economic aspects of development of the tin industry.
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Board of Management (meeting twice a year), consisting of one representative with plenipotentiary authority per country, who may be accompanied by a number of aides. National Coordinators; Director. Divisions (7): Geology and Prospecting; Mining; Mineral Processing and Smelting; Documentation; Analytical; Mineralogy; Administration.
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