Action Committee for Cooperation on Latin American Informatics and Electronics
Comité d'action de coopération et de concertation latinoaméricaine en informatique et électronique
Comité de Acción para la Cooperación y Concertación Latinoamericana en Informatica y Electrónica (CACIEL)
1986-07-30 Caracas Venezuela
30 Jul 1986, Caracas (Venezuela), as an Action Committee of F-XF4530 - Sistema Económico Latinoamericano (SELA). Ceased to exist.
Compile, systematize and disseminate among participating States information available in the field; favour the exchange of information, experience and technological knowledge among participating States; promote and coordinate studies, sub-programs, projects and actions carried out in the framework of the regional concentration and cooperation; promote and coordinate activities of technical cooperation, assimilation and development of technology, instruction and training of human resources.
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Assembly (once a year), consisting of one representative of each LAES member State which signed 'Acta de Constitución'; Management Board, consisting of President and 4 Vice-Presidents; Secretariat.
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