International Booksellers Federation (IBF)
Fédération internationale des libraires (FIL)
Internationale Buchhändler-Vereinigung (IBV)
1956 Frankfurt-Main Germany FR
Founded 18 Sep 1956, Frankfurt-Main (Germany FR), as International Community of Booksellers Associations (ICBA) -- Communauté internationale des associations de libraires (CIAL) -- Internationale Arbeitsgemeinschaft von Sortimentsbuchhändler-Vereinigungen (IASV). Present name adopted 1979. Ceased to exist prior to 2015, when merged with European Booksellers Federation to become D-XD6343 - European and International Booksellers Federation (EIBF).
Promote cooperation among booksellers and associations of booksellers of countries which enjoy freedom of thought and speech, with a view to exchange of information and discussion of common trade problems.
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Congress (annual). Council, consisting of President, Vice-President, Immediate Past President, Treasurer and other members.
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