Comisión Especial de Coordinación Latinoamericana (CECLA)
Commission spéciale de coordination latinoaméricaine
Special Committee for Latin American Coordination
Comissão Especial de Coordenação Latinoamericana (CECLA)
Nov 1963, as an ad hoc committee by the Latin American countries represented at the meetings of the United Nations Conferences on Trade and Development in Geneva (Switzerland), 1964, and Delhi (India), 1968. In May 1969, a meeting was held at Viña del Mar (Chile) which gave rise to a document entitled The Consensus of Viña del Mar which redefined the relationship of Latin American countries to problems of international trade and development. Superseded, 18 Oct 1975, Panama, by F-XF4530 - Sistema Económico Latinoamericano (SELA).
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