Central American Research Institute for Industry
Institut de recherches et technologie industrielles pour l'Amérique centrale
Instituto Centroamericano de Investigación y Tecnologia Industrial (ICAITI)
1956-01-20 Guatemala Guatemala
20 Jan 1956, Guatemala (Guatemala), under the joint auspices of the governments of Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, and Nicaragua in conjunction with E-XE3382 - UNDP, following a Convention signed by Ministers of Economic Affairs of member countries in Jun 1955. Has been referred to in English as Central American Institute for Research and Industrial Technology. Secretariat at E-XD0996 - Secretaria Permanente del Tratado General de Integración Económica Centroamericana (SIECA). Ceased to exist, Aug 1997.
Engage in scientific, industrial and economic research for the purpose of fostering industrial development in Central America; promote specialized training.
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Board of Directors (annual), consisting of the Ministers of Economic Affairs of member governments, appoints full-time Director who is chief executive of the institute. Regional offices in Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala (Guatemala), Honduras, Nicaragua and Panama. Meetings closed.
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