Arab Cooperative Union
Union coopérative arabe (UCA)
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1981-08-31 Baghdad Iraq
31 Aug 1981, Baghdad (Iraq), within the framework of D-XD0433 - Council of Arab Economic Unity (CAEU), approaches for its formation having commenced in 1975 and several meetings held. Effective from 1987. Previously also referred to as Arab Cooperative Federation (ACF) and as Arab Federation for Cooperation.
Bring together Arab cooperative societies and their members; enhance the level of the cooperative movement in Arab countries, improving it economically, socially and culturally; safeguard cooperative goals and principles; ensure development and support for the Arab cooperative movement among Arab integration organizations and contribute to realizing economic integration among Arab countries.
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General Assembly (annual); Governing Council; General Secretariat. Studies and Research Centre; Information and Publishing Centre; Economic Administration; Administrative and Financial Department, comprising: Financial Affairs, Administrative Affairs, Conferences and seminars Section, Public and International Relations. Headquarters in Cairo (Egypt); regional offices (2) in Kuwait (gulf area) and Rabat (Morocco) (North-African Arab countries).
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