Definition: Economic territory of an international organisation

SNA 1993

The economic territory of an international organisation consists of the territorial enclave, or enclaves, over which it has jurisdiction; these consist of clearly demarcated areas of land or structures which the international organisation owns or rents and which it uses for the purposes for which the organisation was created by formal agreement with the country, or countries, in which the enclave or enclaves are physically located.
Source:
United Nations, "System of National Accounts (SNA) 1993", § 14.10, United Nations, New York, 1993
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