Japan on Jaycees International World Congress 1980

A commemorative postage stamp on the 35th World Congress of the International Junior Chamber of Commerce, Osaka :

JCI Movement : Globe and Jaycee EmblemIssued by Japan

Issued on Nov 8, 1980

Issued for : A 50 yen postage stamp has been issued on November 8, 1980, to commemorate the 35th Jaycees International World Congress to be held from November 9 through 15 in Osaka, participated by about 9,500 members from 84 countries.

Design : The design of the stamp is a graphic image of the theme of the coming Congress arranged with the mark of the Jaycees International, Inc.

Designer : Mr. Motoharu Morita

Colour : Multicolour

Type : Stamp, Postal Used

Denomination : 50 Yen

About : 

  • The World Congress of International Junior Chamber of Commerce has been held every year since 1946 to promote mutual understanding of social, economic and cultural problems in various countries and to discuss actual steps to solve these problems.
  • Under the theme “Wisdom for the 21st Century : Energy Planning toward a Bright Future“, the coming Congress is intended to put forward arguments and suggestions on the energy problem, the major concern to every country at present, to rouse international public opinion.

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