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International Council Of Chemical Associations

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Established in 1989, the International Council of Chemical Associations (ICCA) is the worldwide voice of the chemical industry, representing chemical manufacturers and producers all over the world, and accounting for more than 75 percent of chemical manufacturing operations with a production value exceeding USD 3.18 trillion annually. The ICCA consists both of regional federations of national associations, and of national associations themselves. Its membership is divided into voting and non-voting members; the former must account for at least five percent of world chemical production worldwide. The ICCA raises finances through its national member associations. The ICCA's activities focus on specific strategic goals, such as the achievement of outstanding performance through Responsible Care, the circulation of knowledge and information on health, safety, and environmental impact of chemicals across the value chain, and the promotion of free and fair trade.

Keywords: chemical industry; International Council of Chemical Associations (ICCA); national associations; Secretariat; transnational economic governance



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