International Centre for Promotion of Enterprises (ICPE)
Centre international de promotion pour les entreprises
Centro Internacional de Promoción de Empresas
1974 Ljubljana Yugoslavia
1974, Ljubljana (Yugoslavia), under the name International Centre for Public Enterprises in Developing Countries -- Centre international pour les entreprises publiques dans les pays en développement -- Centro Internacional para Empresas Públicas de Paises en Desarrollo, as a Yugoslav institution at the initiative of Secretary-General of United Nations. In 1976, at the proposal of developing countries, became a joint intergovernmental organization. Name subsequently changed to International Centre for Public Enterprises -- Centre international pour les entreprises publiques -- Centro Internacional para Empresas Públicas. Present name adopted, Oct 1997.
Promote and support enterprise development in developing economies and transitional economies with the view of fostering their economic development in the regional and global context.
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