Gulf Organization for Industrial Consulting (GOIC)
Organisation des ingénieurs-conseils des industries du Golfe
Organización del Golfo para la Asesoria Industrial
1976-02-26 Doha Qatar
26 Feb 1976, Doha (Qatar), at a conference of Ministers of Industry of the States of the Arabian Gulf, now comprising D-XD9187 - Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC).
Promote industrial cooperation and coordination among its members and foster industrial development both at public and private sector levels, through: collection and publication of data and information on industrial projects and policies; suggestion of viable industrial projects that can by implemented by the GCC States on a joint-venture basis; submission of recommendations with regard to the coordination and integration of industrial projects in the GCC States; enhancement of economic and technical cooperation among operating and/or planned industrial establishments; assistance in the preparation and/or evaluation of industrial studies; industrial data analysis and studies.
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