Consejo Regional de Cooperación Agricola de Centroamérica, México y la República Dominicana (CORECA)
Regional Council for Agricultural Cooperation in Central America, Mexico and the Dominican Republic
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1980-11 San José San José Costa Rica
Nov 1980, San José (Costa Rica), by Ministers and Secretaries of Agriculture of Costa Rica, Dominican Rep, El Salvador, Guatemala (Guatemala), Honduras, Nicaragua and Panama. Secretariat of Agriculture, Breeding and Rural Development of Mexico and the Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries of Belize (Belize) were incorporated as full members in Dec 1984 and Dec 1996 respectively. Secretariat based at E-XE1083 - Inter-American Institute for Cooperation on Agriculture (IICA).
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Council of Ministers (meets at least twice a year). Technical Committee (meets at least once a year). Coordination Secretariat.
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