East/West Integration Committee
Comité pour l'intégration Est/Ouest
1946, Paris (France), within the framework of International Chamber of Commerce (ICC), as Committee of the ICC and the Chambers of Commerce of Socialist Countries for the Development of East-West Trade and Economic Cooperation -- Comité de la CCI et des chambres de commerce des pays socialistes pour le développement du commerce et de la coopération économique Est/Ouest. Subsequently, name changed to East/West Committee -- Comité Est/Ouest. Present name adopted 1992. Ceased activities Dec 1992.
Provide a permanent focal point for business communities and their representatives from East and West to enhance and promote commercial, financial and industrial relations between their nations; interface with relevant intergovernmental organizations concerned with the development of East/West trade; stimulate the role played by small- and medium-sized companies in East/West trade.Available with paid subscription only.
Working Parties (7): Banking Technique and Practice; Task Force on Foreign Investment in the USSR; East/West Management Development; East/West Working Party on Environment; East/West Sea Transport; East/West Experts on the ATA Carnet System; Arbitration in East/West Trade.
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Members in 122 countries
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