International Organization for Cooperation in Small Volume Chemicals Production (Interchim)
Organisation de coopération dans le domaine des produits chimiques de petit tonnage
Internationale Industriezweigorganisation für Zusammenarbeit auf dem Gebiet Kleintonnagiger Chemischer Erzeugnisse
Mezdunarodnaja Otraslevaja Organizacija po Sotrudnicestvu v Oblasti Malotonaznoj Himiceskoj Produkcii
1969-07-17 Moscow USSR
17 Jul 1969, Moscow (USSR), in the framework of the previous H-XC0432 - Council for Mutual Economic Assistance (CMEA). Registered in accordance with German DR law, 7 Feb 1973. No recent activity reported since 1990.
Organize economic and scientific-technical cooperation in the production and mutual exchange of various chemicals, including dyes and semifinished products for the production of dyes, as well as auxiliary substances for the textile, paper and horticultural industries and chemical reagents; undertake coordination of plans for production of small-volume chemical products, specialization and cooperation in production bring forth preparation of appropriate treaties and agreements (including proposals for reciprocal deliveries among the members).
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