ICC Secretary General John W.H. Denton AO urged EU member states to strengthen provisions on cross-border data flows in a letter to EU ministers.
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Published annually, the ICC Banking Commission’s Global Survey report is an unparalleled look into the US$10 trillion global trade finance industry.
The International Chamber of Commerce serves as the UNFCCC Focal Point for business and industry and it is the first private sector organisation to have been granted Observer Status at the United Nations General Assembly. ICC now has the opportunity to contribute to the Talanoa Dialogue, previously referred to as the Facilitative Dialogue, and engage in an open, inclusive and transparent way with the UNFCC process.
ICC as Appointing Authority Arbitrator Statement Acceptance, Availability, Impartiality and Independence
A form that provides the arbitrator statement of acceptance, availability, impartiality and independence when ICC acts as appointing authority in UNCITRAL or other arbitration proceedings.
Model of Curriculum Vitae to be completed for the use of the ICC International Court of Arbitration and communication to the parties.
This model is intended to assist arbitrators acting in ICC arbitrations in the drafting of the Procedural Timetable.
This model is intended to assist arbitrators acting in ICC arbitrations in the drafting of the Terms of Reference.
This timely ICC report gives guidance to businesses and policy makers on design protection for graphical user interfaces (GUIs), as GUIs and other forms of digital design become increasingly important in the digital economy.
Information and communications technology (ICT) is playing an increasingly important role in the implementation of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.
The ICC statement explains why water stewardship matters to business, what companies are already doing and how public and private actors can collaborate further.