South Pacific Tourism Organization (SPTO)
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1983, by national tourism organizations of 12 South Pacific Islands countries, as Tourism Council of the South Pacific (TCSP), a nongovernmental body within the framework of E-XE1107 - Standing Committee of the Pacific Islands Conference of Leaders. Became a regional intergovernmental organization in Aug 1989.
Foster regional cooperation in development and promotion of tourism in the island nations of the South Pacific; strengthen resource capabilities in order to service more effectively the needs of the tourism industry of the region, both public and private sectors.
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Council of Ministers (meets every 18 months); Board of Directors; Permanent Secretariat in Suva (Fiji), headed by Chief Executive and grouped into 4 Divisions (each headed by a Manager).
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