Pacific Basin Economic Council (PBEC)
Conseil économique du bassin du Pacifique
1967, as in informal organization of committees of senior business executives. First meeting: 1968, Sydney (Australia).
Foster economic relationships by building links among business communities across the Pacific and by promoting a spirit of regional identity and cooperation; strengthen economic and business relationships among member committees; strengthen the business enterprise system; increase trade and investment in the Pacific; generate greater economic and social progress in developing countries of the Pacific Basin; keep in view the need for balanced development and economic security through liberalized trade systems, broad exchange among business leaders, stable trading practices and supplies, and governmental trading policies attuned to business needs.
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International General Meeting (annual). Member committees, each with Chairman and, in some cases, one or more Vice-Chairmen, and each selecting 3 members of Steering Committee. Officers: International Chairman; International Vice-Chairmen (2); International Treasurer; International Chairman Emeritus; International Secretary-General. U-XK2234 - Pacific Forum, Honolulu HI (USA), functions as International Secretariat. One secretariat per economy.
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