Asian and Pacific Council (ASPAC)

Conseil de l'Asie et du Pacifique

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1966-06-14 Bangkok Thailand


14 Jun 1966, Bangkok (Thailand), by representatives of the governments of Australia, Japan, Korea Rep, Malaysia, New Zealand, Philippines and South Vietnam. Subsequently joined by Thailand, and by Laos (as an observer). Instrumental in setting up: U-XN4050 - Cultural and Social Centre for the Asian and Pacific Region; U-XU0790 - Economic Cooperation Centre for the Asian and Pacific Region (ECOCEN); E-XE3954 - Food and Fertilizer Technology Center for the Asian and Pacific Region (FFTC); E-XE0468 - IWA Asia Pacific Region Grouping (IWA-ASPIRE); U-XH2514 - Registry of Scientific and Technical Services for the Asian and Pacific Region. Meetings suspended Jun 1973, when recognition of China and withdrawal of representation to Taiwan led to withdrawal of Malaysia and Australia; but some organizations set up continue to function.

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