Arab Economic and Social Council (AESC)
Conseil économique et social arabe (CESA)
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Apr 1950, within the framework of D-XD2903 - League of Arab States (LAS), according to article VIII of the Joint Arab Defence and Economic Cooperation Treaty, signed in 1950.
Ensure a climate of well-being and prosperity in Arab countries; raise living standards, cooperate in promoting their economies; explore their natural assets; facilitate the trading of their national agriculture and industrial product; and in general do everything possible to organize economic activity, to standardize it and to conclude the agreements necessary to attain such aims.
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Council is composed of Ministers of Economic Affairs or their representatives and meets twice a year on ministerial level of the ministries concerned. Preparatory Commissions (3): Economic Commission; Social Commission; Organizations Commission for coordination and follow-up.
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