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Claudia Salomon ICC wins Best Development in International Arbitration Award
World Chambers Competition names 2021 chamber champions

ICC crowned four chamber champions as winners of the 2021 World Chambers Competition, the only awards ceremony of its kind to recognise innovative projects undertaken by chambers from around the world.

ICC strengthens ties with Francophone Africa
ICC strengthens ties with Francophone Africa

ICC and the Conference of African and French-speaking chambers (CPCCAF) brought together French-speaking chambers today at a meeting convened during the 12th World Chambers Congress currently underway in Dubai.

World Trade Organization negotiations on the trade-related aspects of e-commerce
Global business unites in call to keep the Internet free of tariffs

ICC has today joined a global coalition of industry associations in urging members of the World Trade Organization to keep the Internet free of tariffs ahead of the 12th WTO Ministerial Conference (MC12).

First hybrid World Chambers Congress kicks off

The 12th World Chambers Congress begins today in Dubai, and virtually, bringing together more than 1,000 chamber and business leaders from 110 countries.

Introducing ICC ATA Gateway, your easy solution to eATA

ICC is proud to announce the launch of a new initiative to help small- and medium-sized ATA carnet issuing and guaranteeing associations go digital.

New roadmap published to reconceive global trade finance for a more sustainable and inclusive global economy

ICC, in collaboration with Fung Business Intelligence and supported by McKinsey & Company, has today launched a report outlining a new vision for the global trade finance ecosystem. 

ICC mourns passing of Carl Salans

ICC is saddened to learn that Carl Salans, a leading international arbitrator, has passed away at the age of 88.

ICC welcomes COP26 deal but cautions tough work ahead

Secretary General John W.H. Denton AO has applauded the compromises made by governments to get a deal done at COP26 but says a concerted effort is now needed to keep 1.5C alive.

ICC Secretary General John W.H. Denton AO addresses participants of the ICC Centenary Summit
Global business issues last-ditch appeal for governments to deliver vital COP26 deals 

ICC has urged governments to make the “tough compromises” needed to secure meaningful agreements to accelerate climate action as COP26 draws to a close. 

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