International Cotton Advisory Committee (ICAC)
Comité consultatif international du coton (CCIC)
Comité Consultivo Internacional del Algodón (CCIA)
1939-09-05 Washington DC USA
Established 5-9 Sep 1939, Washington DC (USA), in accordance with a resolution of International Cotton Meeting of 12 principal cotton exporting countries. Executive Committee, later Standing Committee, and Secretariat organized 1947. Rules and Regulations adopted in 1952; revised Oct 1999. Recognized in USA as a public international organization by Executive Order 9911, 19 Dec 1947.
Observe and keep in close touch with developments affecting the world cotton situation; collect and disseminate complete, authentic and timely statistics on world cotton production, trade, consumption, stocks and prices; suggest to governments suitable and practicable measures for furthering international collaboration, with due regard to maintaining and developing a sound world cotton economy; act as the forum for international discussion on matters related to cotton prices.
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Plenary Meeting (annual); Standing Committee; Secretariat in Washington DC (USA); coordinating agencies in member countries; Private Sector Advisory Panel (PSAP); Technical Information Section.
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