Mars and Mercury Europe - Industrial and Commercial Circles of Officers and Reserve Officers Inter-Nations Coordination Commission
Mars et Mercure Europe - Cercles industriels et commerciaux d'officiers et officiers de réserve Commission de coordination inter-nations
Founded following World War I, by former officers and reserve officers. Similar circles set up following World War II in France (1958) and Germany (1959). These signed a convention establishing Inter-Nations Liaison Commission Mars and Mercury – Commission de Liaison Inter-Nations Mars and Mercure (CLIMM), 1960. Became a Europe-wide organization in 1991.
Develop close cooperation bounds among members of national 'Mars and Mercury Circles' comprising officers, former officers or reserve officers active in commerce and industry; contribute to the development of members' professional work at the international level, on a non-political and non-confessional basis.
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Executive Committee; Board of Directors; National Circles.
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