1961-01-29 Hamburg Germany FR
29 Jan 1961, Hamburg (Germany FR), as a joint association of H-XC1965 - World Association of Newspapers (WAN), which has an agreement concerning INCA-FIEJ Research Institute. Originally referred to as International Newspaper and Colour Association (INCA), with remit to study technical and economic aspects of colour in newspapers; scope widened in 1965 to include all facets of newspaper publishing. Previously also referred to as INCA-FIEJ Research Association - International Association for Newspaper and Media Technology (IFRA). Articles adopted 28 May 1967; amended: 10 Apr 1969; 14 Apr 1970; 6 Apr 1971; 5 Sep 1978; 16 Oct 1980; 21 Oct 1986; 16 Oct 1996; 14 Oct 1998; 11 Oct 2000. Registered in accordance with Swiss law.
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