Conference of European Statisticians (CES)
Conférence des statisticiens européens
Konferencija Evropejskih Statistikov
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1953-06 Geneva Switzerland
Jun 1953, Geneva (Switzerland). A Principal Subsidiary Body of E-XE4176 - United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE) and the United Nations Statistical Commission.
Improve national statistics of UNECE member countries and their international comparability; promote close coordination of statistical activities in Europe and North America undertaken by international organizations; respond to any emerging need for international statistical cooperation arising out of transition, integration and other processes of cooperation; discuss and adopt statistical standards in the UNECE region.
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Plenary Session (annual). Bureau, consisting of 8 member countries, plus Director of UN Statistics Division, New York NY (USA), Head of OECD Statistics Directorate, Director-General of Eurostat, Director of UNECE Statistical Division, Director of IMF Statistics Department, Chairman of Interstate Statistical Committee of CIS, Chairman of OECD Statistical Committee, and Director of the Development Data Group of the World Bank.
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