Carl Duisberg Gesellschaft (CDG)
1949 Cologne Germany FR
1949, Cologne (Germany FR). Merged with U-XG1936 - Deutsche Stiftung für Internationale Entwicklung (DSE) to form U-XG9465 - Internationale Weiterbildung und Entwicklung (InWEnt), 2002.
Promote international advanced professional training and human resource development; organize programmes for specialist and managerial personnel from Germany and other industrialized countries and for those from developing countries so as to assist exchange of ideas, experience and knowledge and contribute to economic cooperation, education and foreign cultural policies and to foreign trade policy and international commitment of German enterprises.
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Includes: Carl Duisberg Centren gemeinnützige (CDC), specializing in language teaching for professional purposes and specialist training programmes for internationally oriented companies and foreign governments; Carl Duisberg Arbeitskreise (CDAs) - 11 German state sponsoring committees; Carl Duisberg Fördererkreis (CDF) at the national level; U-XG3187 - CDS International (CDSI) (US branch of CDG); Carl Duisberg Gesellschaft - Southeast Asia Programme Office (CDG-SEAPO). Division for Professional Training; Division for cooperation with Developing Countries.
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