Intergovernmental Council of Copper Exporting Countries
Conseil intergouvernemental des pays exportateurs de cuivre (CIPEC)
Consejo Intergubernamental de Paises Exportadores de Cobre
1968-05 Paris France
May 1968, Paris (France), on signature by representatives of Chile, Peru, Zaire and Zambia of an Agreement aimed at implementing the findings of Intergovernmental Copper Conference, 1-8 Jun 1967, Lusaka (Zambia). No recent activities reported.
Coordinate measures designed to foster, through the expansion of the industry, dynamic and continuous growth of real earnings from copper exports, and to ensure a real forecast of such earnings; promote the harmonization of decisions and policies of member countries on problems relating to the production and marketing of copper for member countries; increase resources for the economic and social development of producer countries bearing in mind the interests of the consumers.
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Conference of Ministers (at least once a year). Chairman, elected each year by ordinary session. Executive Committee, consisting of of permanent representatives of all members countries and observer members. Committee on Marketing Policy. Committee on Research and Development. Permanent Secretariat, headed by Secretary General.
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