International Organization of Motor Vehicle Manufacturers
Organisation internationale des constructeurs d'automobiles (OICA)
1919 Paris France
1919, Paris (France), as International Bureau of Automobile Manufacturers -- Bureau permanent international des constructeurs d'automobiles (BPICA) -- Oficina Permanente Internacional de Constructores de Automóviles -- Internationales Ständiges Büro der Automobilhersteller, in succession to H-XH2588 - International Union of Motor Manufacturers, which had been set up in 1911 but dissolved 1914-1918. Present title adopted at General Assembly, 28 May 1986, Vienna (Austria). Registered in accordance with French law.
Defend the interests of vehicle manufacturers, assemblers and importers grouped within national federations.
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