International Rubber Study Group (IRSG)
Groupe international d'études du caoutchouc
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1944 London UK
1944, London (UK), by governments of Netherlands, UK, France and USA, following from International Rubber Regulation Scheme which had operated from 1934. First meeting: Jan 1945, Washington DC (USA). Terms of Reference revised: 1947, 1950, 1961, and most recently 14 Feb 1978, London, on signature of Headquarters Agreement with the UK Government.
Be a source of statistical data and analysis for all aspects of the rubber industry, including production, consumption and trade in rubber and rubber products; prepare current estimates and analyse future supply and demand trends; undertake statistical and economic studies on specific aspects of the industry so as to continually improve its value-added service to stakeholders; be the platform for informal, open, informed and continuing global dialogue among all stakeholders in the natural and synthetic rubber economy.
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