1967-09-29 Brussels Belgium
29 Sep 1967, Brussels (Belgium), as International Group of National Pesticide Manufacturers' Associations -- Groupement international des associations nationales de fabricants de pesticides, deriving from U-XU2642 - Groupement européen des associations nationales de fabricants de pesticides (GEFAP), set up Jan 1960. Name changed, 1980, to International Group of National Associations of Manufacturers of Agrochemical Products -- Groupement international des associations nationales de fabricants de produits agrochimiques (GIFAP). Nov 1996 name changed to Global Crop Protection Federation (GCPF). Current name adopted 2001 and legally registered 2002. Registered in accordance with Belgian law, 5 Mar 1968; most recent statutes registered 16 Jun 2006.
Act as ambassador for the plant science industry, encouraging understanding and dialogue while promoting sound science and agricultural technology in the context of sustainable development.
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General Assembly (annual); Board of Directors; Strategy Councils (2); Secretariat based in Brussels (Belgium).
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