International Dairy Council
Conseil international des produits laitiers
Consejo internacional de Productos Lacteos
1 Jan 1980, as International Dairy Products Council, within the framework of General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT) as an outcome of the GATT Multilateral Trade Negotiations 1973-1979. Carries out functions necessary to implement provisions of International Dairy Agreement, signed 12 Apr 1979, Geneva (Switzerland). Ceased to exist.
Achieve the expansion and ever greater liberalization of world trade in dairy products under as stable as possible market conditions and on the basis of mutual benefit to exporting and importing countries and further the economic and social development of developing countries.Available with paid subscription only.
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