International Instrument on Cooperation on Jute and Jute Products, 2000
as successor to T-XT8904 - International Agreement on Jute and Jute Products, 1989. Negotiations: 27-31 Mar 2000, Geneva (Switzerland); 6-8 Apr 2001, Dhaka (Bangladesh). Adopted by jute producing and consumer countries, representing 98.5% and 20.7% of world imports, respectively. Will not enter into force until signed or ratified by member states of the European Union. Delay in signature has led to the demise of H-XD1197 - International Jute Organization (IJO); work continued by H-XE4444 - International Jute Study Group (IJSG). Never adopted.
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