COCOM

or Co·com

[ koh-kom ]
/ ˈkoʊˌkɒm /

noun

a nontreaty organization of the NATO nations except Iceland, and with the addition of Japan, that sets rules on exports of strategic goods to Communist countries: formed in 1949.

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Origin of COCOM

Co(ordinating)Com(mittee)
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