Council of Mining and Metallurgical Institutions (CMMI)
Conseil des instituts miniers et métallurgiques
1924, London (UK), as Empire Council of Mining and Metallurgical Institutions. Name changed, 1955, to Commonwealth Council of Mining and Metallurgical Institutions. Subsequently, 1966, termed as Council of Commonwealth Mining and Metallurgical Institutions. Present name adopted 15 Jan 1979, London. Ceased to exist 2003.
Convene successive Mining and Metallurgical Congresses as a means of promoting the development of the mineral resources of the world; foster a high level of technical efficiency among members of Constituent Institutions and serve as an organ of communication and cooperation between Constituent Bodies.Available with paid subscription only.
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