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Economic Cooperation Organization

An international organization consisting of 10 non-Arab, Muslim-majority countries in central and western Asia. Its goal is to create a common market modeled along the lines of the European Union. It was established in 1985 and is based in Tehran, Iran.
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President of Economic Cooperation Organisation Science Foundation (ECOSF), Manzoor Hussian Soomro, has delivered a lecture at the Government College University (GCU) on Science and Technology on economic development and cooperation in the region.
Summary: Eleven countries of the Economic Cooperation Organisation have agreed to make a decisive push to expand their mutual business and enlarge their cooperation in such key sectors as investment flows, trade, energy and logistic infrastructure.
Economic Cooperation Organisation (ECO) Director Mohammad Ibrahim Maroofi said regional countries could play a positive role in bringing peace and stability to Afghanistan.
The decision to launch the bank was taken during the Economic Cooperation Organisation (ECO) summit which took place in the capital of Iran.
Elaborating on the bonhomie, the diplomat referred to the recent visit by a top-level Afghan military team to Pakistan as well as an Afghan delegation's participation in a regional meeting of the Economic Cooperation Organisation held in Islamabad this week.
The Economic Cooperation Organisation Trade Agreement (ECOTA) was signed on July 17 2003 in Islamabad ECO Trade Promotion Organization (TPO) is a new organization for trade promotion among member states located in Iran (2009).
KABUL (PAN): The Economic Cooperation Organisation (ECO) secretary-general is set to meet President Hamid Karzai and some cabinet ministers, the foreign ministry said on Saturday.
ISLAMABAD -- Economic Cooperation Organisation (ECO) Secretary General Dr Hadi Soleimanpour concluded his three-day official visit to Pakistan on Sunday.
Prime Minister Imran Khan on Wednesday met Secretary General of Economic Cooperation Organisation (ECO), Dr.
ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan on Wednesday met Secretary General of Economic Cooperation Organisation (ECO), Dr Hadi Soleimanpour and assured that Pakistan would extend complete cooperation to the ECO, ARY News reported.Dr Soleimanpour is on his maiden visit to Islamabad, who paid a courtesy call to the PM Imran Khan today.
ISLAMABAD: Secretary-General of the Economic Cooperation Organisation (ECO) Dr Hadi Soleimanpour arrived in Pakistan on Wednesday for his inaugural visit.
ISLAMABAD -- President Mamnoon Hussain has emphasised that the Economic Cooperation Organisation region, has the potential and the capacity to function as a bridge between Europe and Asia .
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