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Region 9 (Latin America) History

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== History of Region 9  ==
 
== History of Region 9  ==
  
The original boundaries of Region 9, at the creation of IEEE in 1963 included not only Latin American and the Caribbean, but Asia, the Pacific Rim, and most of Africa as well.  In 1967, IEEE created a Region 10 in Asia  the Pacific Rim, and Africa [[Media:Region_9_history.pdf|Region_9_history.pdf]] in 1967, leaving Region 9 with its current boundaries.  
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The original boundaries of Region 9, at the creation of IEEE in 1963 included not only Latin American and the Caribbean, but Asia, the Pacific Rim, and most of Africa as well. In 1967, IEEE created a [[Region 10 (Asia & Pacific) History|Region 10]] in Asia the Pacific Rim, and Africa in 1967, leaving Region 9 with its current boundaries.  
  
 
[[Media:Region_9_history.pdf|An overview of the history of Region 9 can be found here.]]  
 
[[Media:Region_9_history.pdf|An overview of the history of Region 9 can be found here.]]  
  
 
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History of Region 9

The original boundaries of Region 9, at the creation of IEEE in 1963 included not only Latin American and the Caribbean, but Asia, the Pacific Rim, and most of Africa as well. In 1967, IEEE created a Region 10 in Asia the Pacific Rim, and Africa in 1967, leaving Region 9 with its current boundaries.

An overview of the history of Region 9 can be found here.