Association for Cooperation in Banana Research in the Caribbean and Tropical America
Association pour la coopération des recherches bananières aux Antilles et en Amérique tropicale
Asociación para la Cooperación en la Investigación del Banano en el Caribe y la América Tropical (ACORBAT)
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1965-09 Fort de France Martinique
Sep 1965, Fort-de-France (Martinique), after a preliminary meeting Nov 1964, San José (Puerto Rico), and a tour of the Guadeloupe banana industry organized by 'Institut français de recherches fruitières outre-mer (IFAC)', now 'IRFA'. Constituted under French law, 12 Jul 1966. Registered office in Martinique.
Recommend any study, research, survey or trial designed to improve cultivation, management, packaging or processing of bananas in the Caribbean and in Tropical America; subsidize scientific institutions; grant scholarships; facilitate the practical application of research findings.
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