CMEA Institute for Standardization
Institut de standardisation du CAEM
Institut SEV po Standartizacii
1962 Moscow USSR
1962, Moscow (USSR), by H-XD2345 - Organization for International Economic Cooperation (OIEC), as an organ of the previous H-XC0432 - Council for Mutual Economic Assistance (CMEA). No longer exists.
Carry out research and prepare proposals on major problems of the development and improvement of cooperation in the field of standardization aimed at raising technological level and quality of the products mutually delivered by CMEA member countries.
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Director and Deputies. Departments (7): Institutional, Methodological and Analytical Works; Mechanical Engineering; Power Industry, Electrical Engineering and Communication Facilities; Radio Electronics and Computers; Light and Food Industries, and Agricultural Products; Materials; Scientific and Technical Information.
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