World Association of Beet and Cane Growers (WABCG)
Association mondiale des planteurs de betteraves et de canne à sucre
Asociación Mundial de Productores de Caña y Remolacha Azucareras
1984-10 Paris France
Oct 1984, Paris (France), at 2nd World Sugar Farmers Conference, as a specialized body H-XB1850 - International Federation of Agricultural Producers (IFAP). Initially proposed May 1981, Guadalajara (Mexico), at 1st World Sugar Farmers Conference. Provisional constitution approved Nov 1982, under the name Association mondiale des producteurs de betteraves et de canne à sucre.
Contribute to economic, technical and social progress of beet and cane growers in member countries.
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World Sugar Farmers Council; Executive Board, includes: D-XD1663 - International Confederation of European Beet Growers (CIBE) and H-XD1579 - Ibero-American and Filipino Confederation of Sugar Cane Growers; World Sugar Farmers Conference Organizing Committee; Budget and Finance Committee; Secretariat provided by IFAP.
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