Multipurpose European Ground Related Information Network (MEGRIN)
1993-06-15 Helsinki Finland
15 Jun 1993, Helsinki (Finland), within the framework of U-XE1903 - Comité européen des responsables de la cartographie officielle (CERCO), on signature of a memorandum of understanding among member countries. Registered as a 'Groupement d'intérêt économique (GIE)' (economic interest group) in accordance with French law, Sep 1995. Ceased to exist, Sep 2000, Malmö (Sweden), when merged with CERCO to form F-XF6505 - EuroGeographics.
Meet the needs of the pan-European digital map data market; improve access to mapping and digital data available at the European national mapping agencies (NMAs).
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