Iran to Host ICA Summit in 2018
Economy, Domestic Economy

Iran to Host ICA Summit in 2018

Iran will host the 13th Regional Summit of the International Cooperative Alliance in November 2018.
The ICA summit will be attended by representatives of Asian countries, Australia and New Zealand in Tehran, Fars News Agency reported.
Holding the summit in Tehran can be an opportunity to introduce Iran’s capacities in the fields of tourism, industry, energy and culture.
ICA is a non-governmental cooperative federation or, more precisely, a cooperative union representing cooperatives and the cooperative movement worldwide.
It was founded in 1895 to unite, represent and serve cooperatives worldwide.
The alliance maintains the internationally recognized definition of a cooperative in the Statement on the Cooperative Identity.
ICA represents 284 cooperative federations and organizations in 95 countries.


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