Centre de coopération pour les recherches scientifiques relatives au tabac (CORESTA)
Cooperation Centre for Scientific Research Relative to Tobacco
Centro de Cooperación para la Investigación Cientifica del Tabaco
Zentrum für Wissenschaftliche Zusammenarbeit in der Tabakforschung
1956-04-25 Paris France
Founded 25 Apr 1956, Paris (France), following recommendations of the First International Congress on Tobacco, 10 Sep 1955, Paris, organized by SEITA. Registered by French Ministerial Decree, 21 Jul 1956.
Promote and improve cooperation in scientific research relative to tobacco and its derived products by collaborative experimentation, exchange of scientific learnings and development of publically available methods and guides.
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