European Regional Industrial Development Organization (ERIDO)
Organisation européenne de développement régional industriel
2 Aug 1989, by Prof em Dr M J De Meirleir. Commenced activities, Apr 1990, Mechelen (Belgium). Registered in accordance with Belgian law. Ceased to exist - last Seminar reported 1995, Brussels (Belgium).
Provide a medium for exchange of ideas on economic development between authorities desirous of creating jobs and industrial, service and trade companies looking for sites, new activities and cooperative opportunities; carry out studies and analyses concerning regional development in Europe; serve as a link between regional organizations and research institutions.
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General Assembly (annual). Board (meets annually) comprising President, 2 Vice-Presidents and 9 other members (together 6 representing regional development organizations and other authorities, 6 representing business enterprises), Secretary and Resident Director; 2 observers, 1 designated by the European Commission and 1 by UNIDO. Steering Committee. Executive Council. Coordinating Committees. Includes U-XF1712 - European Research Foundation and Institute for Industrial Location and Regional Development (ERFI).
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UN Sustainable Development Goals **
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