Standardization Organization for the Gulf Cooperation Council (GSO)
2001-12-31 Muscat Oman
31 Dec 2001, Muscat (Oman), on implementation of a resolution of D-XD9187 - Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC).
Help the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) achieve the objectives set forth in its charter and in the GCC Economic Agreement by unifying the various standardization activities and following up application and compliance of the same in cooperation and coordination with the standardization bodies in the Member States in an endeavour to develop the production and service sectors, foster the Intra-GCC trade, protect the consumer, environment and public health, and encourage the GCC industries and agricultural production that would enhance the GCC economy, maintain the achievements of the Member States and minimize the technical trade barriers as envisaged by the objectives of the Customs Union.
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Board of Directors (meets twice a year), comprising Ministers responsible for standardization of each Member State. Technical Council. General Secretariat, presided by Secretary-General.
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