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ICC documents available for download include rules and standards, practical guidelines and reference works. Essential for bankers, lawyers, arbitrators, academics and anyone involved in cross border trade, all documents aim to facilitate business and spread best practice worldwide.

Terms of Reference for next ICC Court President

This document outlines the terms of reference of the Selection Committee for the President of the International Court of Arbitration of the International Chamber of Commerce.

General considerations: Force Majeure clauses in commercial contracts

As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, businesses, investors and markets of all size are facing uncertainty. This document outlines general considerations to be taken into account for users involved in commercial contractual relations and compliments ICC’s revised Force Majeure clauses for 2020.

ICC open letter to G20 trade ministers

ICC has issued a roadmap for G20 countries to use trade policy to fight COVID-19 and rebuild for the future

ICC Force Majeure and Hardship Clauses

ICC has updated its Force Majeure and Hardship clauses to help businesses large and small draft contracts adaptable to unforeseen events such as the COVID-19 outbreak.

ICC – WHO Joint Statement on COVID-19

In reaction to the COVID-19 outbreak, the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) and World Health Organization (WHO) have joined forces to mobilise business leaders.

Coronavirus Guidelines for Business

ICC has partnered with the New England Complex Systems Institute to develop this summary of actions businesses can take to reduce risks to everyone associated with a business (employees, customers and partners) and the business itself.

ICC BRITACOM report: Digitalisation of tax administrations: A business perspective

ICC provides its views on behalf of the world business community to promote harmonisation of rules and practices which would allow for seamless application by businesses. Establishing a long-term mechanism and common approaches and practices for tax cooperation in the BRI countries and regions would be instrumental in promoting business investment and the development of the world economy.