International Tin Study Group (ITSG)
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1989 Geneva Switzerland
29 Mar - 7 Apr 1989, Geneva (Switzerland), at United Nations Tin Conference, the first part of the Conference having been held 21 Nov - 2 Dec 1988. Activities will start when the required number of notifications of acceptances by member Governments has been reached. This condition had not been met as of Sep 1993.
Ensure enhanced international cooperation on issues concerning tin, by improving the information available on the international tin economy and by providing a forum for intergovernmental consultations on tin; establish the capacity for and undertake continued monitoring of the world tin economy and its trends, particularly by establishing, maintaining and continuously updating a statistical system on world production, stocks, trade and consumption of all forms of tin, as well as by disseminating, as appropriate, the information thus generated; conduct consultations and exchange of information on developments and trends related to the production, stocks, trade and consumption of all forms of tin; undertake studies as appropriate on a broad range of important issues concerning tin, in accordance with the decisions of the Group.
(proposed): General Session; Standing Committee; Secretariat.
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