International Copper Association (ICA)
Association internationale pour le cuivre
1959-12-11 New York NY USA
Founded 11 Dec 1959, New York NY (USA), as 'Copper Products Development Association'. Name changed to International Copper Research Association (INCRA), 1 Jun 1962, New York NY. Present name adopted 29 Feb 1989, when restructuring added market development to research sponsorship activities. Also trades as Copper Alliance. Registered in accordance with the laws of New York State (USA).
Unite the global copper industry to develop and defend markets for copper and to make a positive contribution to society's sustainable development goals.
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Board of Directors; Executive Committee; Management Team. Offices in 4 primary regions: Asia; Europe and Africa - E-XE3262 - European Copper Institute (ECI); Latin America; North America.
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