Intergovernmental Group on Citrus Fruit
Groupe Intergouvernemental sur les Agrumes
Grupo Intergubernamental de la FAO sobre Frutos Citricos
1959, by the Committee on Commodity Problems (CCP) of B-XB0971 - FAO, for 2 years. Following an extension, its period was indefinitely extended by the CCP, 1965. First session May 1960. Revised rules adopted at 2nd session, 1961, and at 7th session, 1986. An Intergovernmental Group (IGG) with Technical Secretariat the responsibility of FAO.
Study problems affecting the long-term equilibrium of production and consumption of citrus products and economic aspects of problems arising from the perishable nature of citrus fruit; consider how best to deal with any special difficulties that may exist or may be expected to arise.
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