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Organizations relating to Plants Yielding Fibres

European Association for the Trade in Jute and Related Products / The Hague, Netherlands / Est. 1970
Association of Cotton Merchants in Europe / Liverpool, UK
Confédération européenne du lin et du chanvre / Paris, France / Est. 1950
European Industrial Hemp Association / Hürth, Germany / Est. 2000
Asociación Latinoamericana de Investigación y Desarrollo del Algodón / Resistencia, Argentina / Est. 1986
International Hemp Building Association / Kenmare, Ireland / Est. 2009
Baltic Bast Crops Growers' and Producers' Association / Est. 2009
International Jute Organization / Est. 1984
Confédération internationale du lin et du chanvre / Paris, France / Est. 1995
International Cotton Producers Association / Est. 1983
International Jute Study Group / Dhaka, Bangladesh / Est. 2002
Cotton Council International / Washington DC, USA / Est. 1956
West Indian Sea Island Cotton Association
Association of European Jute Industries / Est. 1954
International Federation of Master Cotton Spinners and Manufacturers' Associations / Est. 1904
International Kenaf Development Board
Business Alliance for Commerce in Hemp / El Cerrito CA, USA / Est. 1989
International Agreement on Jute and Jute Products, 1982 / Est. 1982
International Agreement on Jute and Jute Products, 1989 / Est. 1989
Cotton Technology International
FAO-EU Integrated Pest Management Programme for Cotton in Asia / Bangkok, Thailand / Est. 1999
Cotton Development International
Common Market Committee of the Hard Fibre and Coir Industries / Est. 1960
International Flax Breeding Research Group
Common Market Committee of the International Linen and Hemp Confederation / Est. 1959
International Kenaf Association / Ladonia TX, USA / Est. 1988
International Instrument on Cooperation on Jute and Jute Products, 2000
Common Market Committee of the Association of European Jute Industries / Est. 1958
Joint Egyptian Cotton Committee
Coir International
Expert Committee of EEC Linen and Hemp Cooperatives
Inter-American Federation of Cotton / Est. 1959
Institut de recherches du coton et des textiles exotiques / Est. 1946
Association for International Cotton Emblem / Est. 1976
International Cotton Calibration Standards Committee
Government Consultation among Jute Producing Countries / Est. 1979
International Cotton Association / Liverpool, UK / Est. 1841
African Cotton and Textile Industries Federation / Nairobi, Kenya / Est. 2005
Intergovernmental Group on Hard Fibres / Rome, Italy / Est. 1966
International Hemp Association / Amsterdam, Netherlands / Est. 1992
International Institute for Cotton / Est. 1966
Committee for International Cooperation between Cotton Associations / Liverpool, UK / Est. 1978
Asian Cotton Research and Development Network / Est. 1999
Better Cotton Initiative / Châtelaine, Switzerland / Est. 2009
Inter-regional Network on Cotton in Asia and North Africa / Gorgan, Iran Islamic Rep / Est. 2002
Cotton House Africa / Hamburg, Germany / Est. 2016
African Cotton Association / Cotonou, Benin / Est. 2002
International Cotton Advisory Committee / Washington DC, USA / Est. 1939
Inter-Regional Cooperative Research Network on Cotton for the Mediterranean and Middle East Regions / Est. 1988
European Federation of Cotton and Allied Textiles Industries / Brussels, Belgium / Est. 1958

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World Problems relating to Plants Yielding Fibres

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Instability of cotton trade
Instability of jute trade
Pests and diseases of cotton
Environmental hazards of cotton production

Action Strategies relating to Plants Yielding Fibres

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Cultivating hemp fibre
Promoting world cotton
Making saleable cloth

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