Islamic Centre for Development of Trade (ICDT)
Centre islamique pour le développement du commerce (CIDC)
Founded as a subsidiary organ of C-XC4129 - Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC), in accordance with resolution of 3rd F-XF4974 - Islamic Summit of Kings and Heads of States and Governments, Jan 1981, Makkah/Taif. Commenced operations Jan 1983, Casablanca (Morocco).
Encourage regular trade exchanges among Member States; promote investments likely to develop trade flows; contribute to promotion of Member States' products and encourage access to foreign markets; promote trade information; assist Member States in fields of trade promotion and international negotiations; extend assistance to enterprises and economic operators.
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General Assembly (annual), comprising representatives of E-XE2848 - Islamic Commission for Economic, Cultural and Social Affairs (ICECSA). Board of Directors (meeting once a year), consisting of 8 elected members and the permanent representative of Morocco, the host country; OIC Secretary General and the Director General of the Centre are ex-officio members.
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