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Guest post: Crackdown on cartels, do fines tell the full story?

The ICC/IBA Pre-International Competition Network Forum, which took place earlier this month,  focused on the digital technology sector, cartels and private information, and merger control. Tasneem Azad, Managing Director, Expert Services at Kroll, and Marzena Meeson, Director, Expert Services at Kroll, explore what the sharp increase in global cartel fines means for the crackdown on cartels.

New partnership to bolster inclusivity and diversity in the workplace

ICC World Business Pride has joined forces with the Open for Business coalition to advocate for a more inclusive and diverse workplace as a driver of creativity, innovation and economic growth.

ICC reaches major arbitration milestone with 27,000th case

The International Court of Arbitration of the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC Court) has registered its 27,000th case, having announced record arbitration figures for 2021 earlier this year.

Why you should submit your thesis for the ICC Institute Prize

You are writing a doctoral dissertation or long essay of at least 150 pages about international commercial law? Share your work for a chance to win the 2023 ICC Institute Prize… and €10,000.

Business and regulators gather at global competition forum to prepare for new era in antitrust law enforcement

The International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) today hosted a global competition forum on the side-lines of the 21st International Competition Network (ICN) Annual Conference to help global business and antitrust enforcers gain a deeper understanding of the new trends and related challenges in antitrust law enforcement that have emerged during the Covid-19 pandemic.

ICC welcomes new principles for the future of Internet and calls for global cooperation

Following the launch of the Declaration for the Future of the Internet at the White House today, the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) has issued the following statement welcoming the new principles and calling for effective global multilateral cooperation.

New partnership forged to make the digital economy work for all

The UNCTAD-led eTrade for all initiative marks a new milestone with the enrolment of the International Chamber of Commerce as its principal private-sector counterpart.

4 ways ICC is mobilising business to save lives and livelihoods in Ukraine

As the institutional representative of more than 45 million companies in over 100 countries, the International Chamber of Commerce has taken a leading role in advocating for business action in response to the war in Ukraine.

ICC IMB urges continued caution while welcoming lull in crew kidnappings in Gulf of Guinea

The ICC International Maritime Bureau (IMB) calls for efforts to be sustained in the Gulf of Guinea despite a welcome decrease in reported piracy and armed robbery incidents in these highly risky waters.