Asia Pacific Quality Organization (APQO)
1981 Manila Philippines
Conceived Dec 1981, Manila (Philippines), as Asia Pacific Quality Control Organization (APQCO), at 1st Asia Pacific Congress on Quality Control. Officially set up 23 Oct 1985, Beijing (China), when constitution was signed. Present name adopted 1997. Registered in accordance with the laws of the Philippines.
Promote quality awareness and practice in the Asia Pacific region, through regular scientific and technical conferences.
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Congress. Council (meets annually), comprising Officers: President; 6 Vice-Presidents (Conferences, External Affairs, Projects and Committees, Publication, Finance, Membership) and nominated representatives of each Full member. Executive Board (meets twice a year), consisting of Officers. Secretariat, headed by Secretary General.
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