Arab Union for Cement and Building Materials (AUCBM)
Union arabe du ciment et des matériaux de construction (UACMC)
1977-03-27 Cairo Egypt
Founded 27 Mar 1977, Cairo (Egypt), at 1st meeting, in response to decree 745/27,1976, of D-XD0433 - Council of Arab Economic Unity (CAEU), in cooperation with the previous H-XD4088 - Arab Industrial Development Organization (AIDO), now merged into D-XD1444 - Arab Industrial Development and Mining Organization (AIDMO). A specialized union within: D-XD2903 - League of Arab States (LAS).
Coordinate, on technical and economic levels, and encourage cooperation and development of Arab member companies operating in the field of cement and building materials.
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