Essential rules for international and domestic contracts, setting out responsibilities between buyers and sellers for costs, delivery and risks.
ICC Arbitration is a flexible and efficient dispute resolution procedure leading to binding and final decisions subject to enforcement worldwide.
World Chambers Federation
Serving, promoting and uniting the global network of 12,000 chambers and their business communities.
Globally used rules and practice standards for the financing of global trade.
Certificates of Origin
International procedures and guidelines for chambers in issuing non-preferential certificates of origin.
World-class e-learning for global business professionals from the world business organization.
ICC’s world renowned Incoterms© rules facilitate trillions of dollars in global trade each year. Learn more about the official launch of Incoterms® 2020.
The world's leading arbitration institution
ICC Arbitration is a flexible and efficient procedure for resolving domestic and international disputes.
The awards are binding, final and enforceable anywhere in the world.
Amid growing hostility to free trade and open markets, ICC is seeking to make a positive case for trade as a driver of jobs, growth and opportunity.
During COP25 discussion, business leaders share private sector initiatives aimed at 1.5°C target goals and promoting a just transition.
In recognition of the significant and growing environmental impact of commercial air traffic, the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC), Perlin, and AirCarbon have formed a partnership to facilitate carbon credit schemes to reduce worldwide aviation emissions.
ICC has welcomed the decision taken today by members of the World Trade Organization to renew the longstanding global prohibition on applying customs duties to cross-border data flows.
ICC has published an arbitration practice note relating to the application of a China-Hong Kong arrangement for mutual assistance in court-ordered interim relief measures, under which ICC has been named an authorised institution.
Private sector climate action and innovation was on full display at the Business and Industry Day (BINGO) at COP25 in Madrid.
On the sidelines of the United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP 25), ICC discussions considered the effectiveness of climate pricing schemes.
The institutional representative of over 45 million businesses has today issued a call for major public policy reforms to scale financing to meet global climate and sustainability challenges.
The International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) united with participants at the Internet Governance Forum (IGF) to pursue meaningful policies aimed at improving digital access for all.
ICC has published a new toolkit to streamline dispute resolution in relation to climate disputes.