Inter-American Citrus Network (IACNET)
Red Interamericana de Citricos (RIAC)
1991-04-18 Santiago Chile
Established 18 Apr 1991, Santiago (Chile), resulting from a joint effort of E-XE9569 - FAO Regional Office for Latin America and the Caribbean (FAO/RLC) and Plant Production and Protection Division and Commodities and Trade Division of B-XB0971 - FAO, developed within the framework of the E-XE3038 - Intergovernmental Group on Citrus Fruit. Originated from a proposal made by FAO at 8th Session of the Intergovernmental Group, Sep 1989, Montevideo (Uruguay). Also referred to as: Technical Cooperation Network on Citrus Production, Improvement and Trade Development in Latin America and the Caribbean; Inter-American Network on Citrus Production Improvement and Trade Development; Intergovernmental Network on the Improvement of Production and Development of Trade of Citrus Fruit.
Promote technical and economic cooperation actions among the citrus growing countries of the American continent.
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