European Association for the Trade in Jute and Related Products (Eurojute)
Association européenne pour le commerce des produits de jute
Asociación Europea para el Comercio de los Productos del Yute
Europäische Vereinigung für den Handel mit Juteprodukten
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23 Apr 1970, Antwerp (Belgium). Originally referred to in English as European Association for the Trade in Jute Products (EATJP) and subsequently as European Association for the Trade in Jute Products and Related Products (EAJP).
Improve relations among national associations and individual firms concerned with trade in jute products; carry out scientific examination of problems affecting this trade; facilitate exchange of information; protect members' interests and represent the trade, including at the international level, especially to ensure liberalization of trade and reduction of tariffs.Available with paid subscription only.
Advocacy/lobbying/activism; research and development; conflict resolution; events/meetings.
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Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) (Liaison Status); United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) (Special Category).
Members in 8 countries
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