International Tea Promotion Association (ITPA)
Association internationale pour la promotion du thé (AIPT)
23 Feb 1979, under an Agreement approved 31 Mar 1977 by States having participated in 'Intergovernmental Conference of the Tea Producing Countries', 7-17 Sep 1976, Geneva (Switzerland), following initiatives by E-XE2639 - International Trade Centre (ITC). Statutes registered in 'UNTS/1 17582'. Ceased to exist.
Promote coordination of policies and actions to maintain and increase the demand for and the consumption of tea in present and potential markets, by formulating appropriate programmes and collecting and allocating national and international resources for this purpose; foster removal of tariff, non-tariff and technical barriers to trade in tea; establish relations with governments, representatives of tea trading and related interests and - where appropriate - import promotion bodies in tea consuming countries; collect, analyse and disseminate market information.
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Governing Board, consisting of one or more representatives of all members, meets at least once a year; Chairman and 2 Vice-Chairmen (elected); Executive Director and staff appointed by the Board.
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