International Coconut Community (ICC)

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1968-11 Jakarta Indonesia


Established by Agreement drafted by representatives of participating governments in two series of intergovernmental consultations, held in Oct and Nov 1968, following a proposal resulting from a study prepared by the secretariat of United Nations Economic Commission for Asia and the Far East (ESCAFE), now E-XE4177 - United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP). The Agreement was adopted 1 Dec 1968 and entered into force 30 Jul 1969. Rules of procedure were adopted 2-8 Sep 1969, Colombo (Sri Lanka); amended 27-31 Jul 1976, Davao (Philippines). Name changed at 13th session, 17-20 Dec 1975, Bali (Indonesia). 33rd Session, 28-31 Oct 1996, decided that the associate membership of the Community be extended to other developing countries outside the region.


Promote, coordinate and harmonize all activities of the coconut industry with a view to achieving maximum economic development of the industry through better production, processing, marketing and research.


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Each member State Contracting Party has 1 representative with plenipotentiary authority (in addition, members may designate 1 or more advisers). Each representative in turn holds Chairmanship (1-year term). Secretariat, headed by Executive Director (appointed for a 3-year term, extendable for another 3 years). The Community meets annually but may also be called to extra sessions when necessary. Secretariat Divisions (4): Trade and Market/Statistical; Publication; Administration and Finance; Documentation.


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