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International procedures and guidelines for chambers in issuing non-preferential certificates of origin.
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ICC Arbitration is a flexible and efficient procedure for resolving domestic and international disputes.
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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.
In recent months, a number of websites and providers have started to offer information or training on the new Incoterms® 2020 rules. Please be advised that only ICC and its global offices, known as national committees and groups, are in the position to authentically inform you about the current status of the Incoterms® 2020 rules until their publication in 2019.
ICC has issued the following statement in response to the US Administration’s announcement that it has served notice to withdraw from international postal rate system.
This year’s International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) Banking Commission Technical Meeting was held for the first time in Tbilisi, Georgia.
At an event at ICC headquarters today in Paris, ICC Secretary General John W.H. Denton AO committed the organisation to greater diversity at external and ICC-organised events.
The report considers whether the law in this area reflects the technological change that is rapidly occurring in the international trade sector.
Following the release of Standard Definitions for Techniques of Supply Chain Finance in 2016, the Global Supply Chain Finance Forum is taking another decisive step in clarifying Supply Chain Finance.
The International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) has been selected by the International Federation of Consulting Engineers – more commonly known by its French acronym FIDIC – as the trusted dispute settlement body to decide on challenges filed against its Dispute Adjudication/Avoidance Boards (DAAB) Members.