Intergovernmental Group on Jute, Kenaf and Allied Fibres (IGG on Jute, Kenal and Allied Fibres)
Groupe intergouvernemental sur le jute, le kenaf et les fibres apparentees
Established 1963, by the Committee on Commodity Problems of B-XB0971 - FAO; first session Sep 1964. Revised rules adopted at 17th Session, Dec 1981. An Intergovernmental Group (IGG) with Technical Secretariat the responsibility of FAO.
Provide a forum for consultation on and studies of the economic aspects of production, marketing, trade and consumption of jute, kenaf and allied fibres; study marketing practices and their improvement; consider causes of disequilibrium between production and consumption; develop suitable measures to deal with special difficulties which may exist or may be expected to arise.
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Sessions twice a year to 1976, then normally annually.
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