Intergovernmental Group on Rice
Groupe intergouvernemental sur le riz
Grupo Intergubernamental sobre Arroz
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1955, as Consultative Sub-Committee on the Economic Aspects of Rice, by Committee on Commodity Problems of B-XB0971 - FAO. Subsequently referred to as Study Group on Rice. First session Nov 1956. Rules of procedure adopted at 25th Session, Apr 1982. An Intergovernmental Group (IGG) with Technical Secretariat under the responsibility of FAO.
Provide a forum for consultation on and studies of the economic aspects of rice, paying particular attention to any special difficulties that exist or are likely to arise in international trade of rice; discuss changes in international environment, including the international trade negotiations, but also dealing with structural changes of markets.
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