BICE


BICE
Banque Internationale pour la Coopération Économique. Créée en 1963, dans le cadre du CAEM. Sa tâche était d'assurer les règlements des opérations commerciales entre les pays membres. Le CAEM disparut en 1991. Bureau International Catholique de l'Enfance. Association conforme à la loi de 1901, reconnue d'assistance et de bienfaisance. Statut consultatif auprès de l'UNICEF, du Conseil de l'Europe, du Conseil économique et social de l'ONU et en relation opérationnelle avec l'UNESCO.

Sigles et Acronymes francais - Paris: éd. Belin. . 2002.

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