Organization for European Economic Cooperation (OEEC)
Organisation européenne de coopération économique (OECE)
1948-04-16 Paris France
16 Apr 1948, Paris (France), in connection with the Marshall Plan, by H-XH7170 - Committee for European Economic Cooperation (CEEC), which also set up D-XD0573 - European Association of National Productivity Centres (EANPC) following discussions with U-XU1724 - European Productivity Agency (EPA). During its lifetime, instrumental in setting up: F-XD0695 - International Transport Forum (ITF); D-XD0807 - European Materials Handling Federation; D-XD1410 - European Spatial Data Research (EuroSDR). Superseded by C-XC3023 - OECD, 30 Sep 1961. F-XD5436 - International Research Group on Physics Teaching was set up 15 Mar 1966, following a series of meetings organized by OEEC.
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