Asian Rice Trade Fund

Fonds asiatique pour la commercialisation du riz
Fondo Asiatico para la Comercialización del Arroz

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1973-03-26 Bangkok Thailand


26 Mar 1973, Bangkok (Thailand), on signature of an agreement which entered into force 1 Dec 1974; an amendment adopted 10 Jan 1979 came into force on 15 Dec 1981. Statutes registered in 'UNTS 1/13679'. No recent activity reported since 1993.


Promote intraregional trade in rice among developing countries which are members of the Fund. To this end: (i) undertake or arrange financing and refinancing facilities for rice sales transactions between members involving deferred payments, up to 5 years or on such terms as may from time to time be specified in the rules; the period for refinancing may be extended should resources available so justify; (ii) perform other activities necessary for furtherance of such financing; (iii) initiate other schemes for cooperation in the field of intraregional trade in rice.


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Board of Directors, one Director and one alternate per country, chaired in turn by Directors of members in alphabetical order of countries. Membership open to developing countries which are members or associate members of E-XE4177 - United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP) and are exporters or importers of rice.


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