Trade Unions International of Chemical, Oil and Allied Workers (ICPS)
Union internationale des syndicats des industries chimiques, du pétrole et similaires
Unión Internacional de los Sindicatos de la Industria Quimica, del Petróleo y Similares
Internationale Vereinigung der Gewerkschaften der Chemischen, Erdöl- und Artverwandten Industrien
Mezdunarodnoe Obedinenie Profsojuzov Trudjascihsja Neftjanoj i Rodstvennyh Otraslej Promyslennosti
1950-03-12 Budapest Hungary
12-15 Mar 1950, Budapest (Hungary), as Trade Unions International of Chemical and Allied Workers -- Union internationale des syndicats des travailleurs des industries chimiques et similaires. Listed name adopted 8 May 1967, Budapest. Ceased to exist, 1997, when merged with H-XB3327 - Trade Unions International of Workers in the Metal Industry and H-XB2960 - Trade Unions International of Workers in Energy (TUIWE) to form B-XB0005 - Trade Union International of Chemical, Energy, Metal, Oil and Allied Industries (TUI CHEMISTRY-ENERGY).
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