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ICC publishes its submission to the European Commission’s Consultation on Trade Policy Review.
In this letter submitted to the European Commission Directorate General for Trade, ICC outlines recommendations for the European Commission’s Trade Review.
ICC Arbitration and ADR Commission Report on the Accuracy of Fact Witness Memory in International Arbitration
This report considers the pertinence of memory issues in international arbitration and sets forth some measures that can be taken to protect witnesses’ memories.
Preventing business-related human rights abuses: the key to a sustainable future of people and planet
This document highlights ICC’s perspective on the United Nations Treaty Process on Business and Human Rights. Our views are analogous in substance to previous commentaries provided by ICC and other business groups in the context of earlier negotiating rounds.
The ICC Identity Management Guide gives guidance which data of subjects and objects are available for market participants for exporters and importers and their service providers for logistical, banking, insurance and for computer support services.
This 14th edition of the Roadmap is a reference guide on intellectual property issues. From key developments for business managers, to the current state of policy debates for policymakers, the ICC IP Roadmap benefits from the expertise of over 100 IP specialists.
Enabling international business to tackle origin irregularities and fraud
Enabling chambers globally to prevent and combat trade fraud