Asociación Petroquimica y Quimica Latinoamericana (APLA)
Latin American Petrochemical Association
Association de pétrochimie latinoaméricaine
1977-06 Buenos Aires Argentina
Founded Jun 1977, Buenos Aires (Argentina), as Latin America Petrochemical Institute -- Instituto Petroquimico Latinoamericano (IPLA), following decision of 1st Latin American Petrochemical Congress, Nov 1976, Bariloche (Argentina). Present name adopted at 3rd Congress, Nov 1980, Salvador (Brazil).
Promote the relationship and mutual cooperation between enterprises, institutes, research centres and other activities related to the petrochemical industry, to achieve its establishment and development in Latin America; prepare information and analytical studies on markets to assist greater sectoral development; promote and publicize research work so as to help avoid duplication of effort.
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