Association des régions européennes de technologie industrielle (RETI)
Association of European Regions of Industrial Technology
Vereinigung der Europäischen Industrie- und Technologieregionen
1984-06-07 Düsseldorf Germany FR
7 Jun 1984, Düsseldorf (Germany FR), as Association of Traditional Industrial Regions of Europe -- Association des régions européennes de tradition industrielle -- Comunidad del Trabajo de las Regiones de Tradición Industrial -- Arbeitsgemeinschaft der Regionen mit Industrietradition, the first Meeting of European Traditional Industrial Regions having been held 25-27 Apr 1984, Lille (France). Previously referred to in French as Communauté de travail des régions de tradition industrielle. Registered in accordance with Belgian law. Merged with H-XD6822 - Conference and Association of European Steel Territories (CASTer) to form H-XD8892 - European Industrial Regions Association (EIRA).
Further the interests of European regions through constructive proposals.
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General Assembly. Bureau, consisting of President, 5 Vice-Presidents, Scientific Adviser. Permanent Secretariat.
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