International Jute Study Group (IJSG)
Groupe d'étude international de jute
2002-04-27 Geneva Switzerland
27 Apr 2002, Geneva (Switzerland), under 'Agreement Establishing the Terms of Reference of the International Jute Study Group (2001)' and under the aegis of E-XE3381 - UNCTAD, following liquidation of H-XD1197 - International Jute Organization (IJO). For the purpose of these Terms of Reference: (a) "Jute" means raw jute, kenaf and other allied fibres, including Urena Lobata, Abutilon Avicennae and Cephalonema Polyandrum; (b) "Jute product" means a product made wholly or almost wholly of jute, or products whose substantial component by weight is jute.
Administer the provisions of the Agreement; provide an effective framework for cooperation and consultation between jute exporting and importing countries for the development of the jute economy; improve structural conditions in the jute market; increase the competitiveness and quality of jute and jute products, upholding jute's positive environmental aspects.
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Council (highest body) comprises all members; Committee on Projects (COP). Private Sector Consultative Board (PSCB), consisting of Associate Members belonging to organizations and entities of the jute industry and trade in both producing and importing countries who are not entitled to full membership.
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