Central American Economic Cooperation Committee
Comité de Cooperación Económica de Centroamericana (CCE)
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27 Aug 1952, at 1st meeting of Ministers of the 5 States comprising Permanent Secretariat of the General Treaty on Central American Economic Integration (SIECA), on establishment of the Central American Economic Integration Programme. Also referred to as Economic Cooperation Committee of the Central American Isthmus -- Comité de coopération économique de l'Isthme centroaméricain -- Comité de Cooperación Económica del Istmo Centroamericano and in English as Committee on Central American Economic Cooperation. A subsidiary permanent body of United Nations Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC).
Act as a consultative and advisory body for the 5 Central American member countries of ECLAC in matters concerning Central American economic integration.Available with paid subscription only.
Subcommittees on: trade; statistical coordination; transport; housing; building and planning; electrical power and industrial initiatives; agricultural development. Instrumental in drawing up General Treaty on Central American Economic Integration, 1960.
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Members in 6 countries
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