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Organizations relating to Plants Yielding Fibres
International Cotton Association / Liverpool, UK / Est. 1841
International Kenaf Development Board
European Cooperative Research Network on Flax and other Bast Plants / Poznan, Poland / Est. 1989
European Federation of Cotton and Allied Textiles Industries / Brussels, Belgium / Est. 1958
International Forum for Cotton Promotion / Cary NC, USA / Est. 2000
Intergovernmental Group on Hard Fibres / Rome, Italy / Est. 1966
International Cotton Advisory Committee / Washington DC, USA / Est. 1939
African Cotton and Textile Industries Federation / Nairobi, Kenya / Est. 2005
Intergovernmental Group on Jute, Kenaf and Allied Fibres / Rome, Italy / Est. 1963
Inter-Regional Cooperative Research Network on Cotton for the Mediterranean and Middle East Regions / Est. 1988
Business Alliance for Commerce in Hemp / El Cerrito CA, USA / Est. 1989
African Cotton Association / Cotonou, Benin / Est. 2002
Cotton Council International / Est. 1956
International Agreement on Jute and Jute Products, 1982 / Est. 1982
European Association for the Trade in Jute and Related Products / The Hague, Netherlands / Est. 1970
Association of Cotton Merchants in Europe / Liverpool, UK
European Confederation of Flax and Hemp / Paris, France / Est. 1950
Committee for International Cooperation between Cotton Associations / Liverpool, UK / Est. 1978
International Agreement on Jute and Jute Products, 1989 / Est. 1989
European Industrial Hemp Association / Hürth, Germany / Est. 2000
Latin American Association for Cotton Research and Development / Resistencia, Argentina / Est. 1986
International Cotton Genome Initiative / College Station TX, USA / Est. 2005
Inter-regional Network on Cotton in Asia and North Africa / Gorgan, Iran Islamic Rep / Est. 2002
Asian Cotton Research and Development Network / Faisalabad, Pakistan
Cotton House Africa / Hamburg, Germany / Est. 2016
World Problems relating to Plants Yielding FibresFrom the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential
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