Inter-American Council of Commerce and Production (IACCP)
Conseil interaméricain de commerce et de la production
Consejo Interamericano de Comercio y Producción (CICYP)
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1941-06-03 Montevideo Uruguay
3 Jun 1941, Montevideo (Uruguay), as Permanent Council of American Associations of Commerce and Production, at Conference of American Associations of Commerce and Production, after 7 years of effort towards uniting associations of commerce and production in the American States. Present name adopted in 1944. Recognized by the Uruguayan Government.
Represent and counsel private economic enterprises throughout the American states; defend free private enterprise and the competitive system; contribute to orderly expansion of international exchanges in the Western Hemisphere; serve as organism of information, liaison and coordination for all commercial interests of the Hemisphere.
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General Conference of American Associations of Commerce and Production; Plenary Meeting of the Council; Executive Committee. National Sections, composed of presidents of all member-entities. Meetings closed.
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