The International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) is pleased to announce the publication of its new antitrust compliance toolkit for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs).
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The International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) and ICC Morocco invite business, government officials and experts in antitrust law and policy to attend a joint antitrust compliance workshop to be held in Casablanca on 31 October 2014.
From 26-28 August, ICC was greatly honoured to meet with the Chinese competition authorities to present its global Antitrust Compliance Toolkit and to elaborate on the work of the ICC Task Force on Compliance and Advocacy.
A high-level seminar took place on 28 and 29 August in Sao Paulo to address competition law and policy and corporate compliance initiatives.
A one-day workshop brought together the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) Experts Group on Competition (AEGC) and the ASEAN Secretariat to discuss business compliance with competition policy and law in the region.
ICC welcomes Patrick Hubert, Partner at Clifford Chance Europe, as a new Vice-Chair of the ICC Commission on Competition. Mr Hubert will commence his new role on 12 March 2014.
World Business Women (WBW), an ICC staff-led initiative, welcomed Cynthia Braddon, Vice-President of International Affairs at McGraw Hill Financial and a new Ambassador for the group to speak at a luncheon roundtable in Paris last week.
ICC, in collaboration with ICC Malaysia, is organizing its first ever antitrust conference in Asia to enable a genuine exchange on related issues and concerns important to business and agencies in the region.
Speaking at the World Trade Organization Annual Aid-for-Trade Review yesterday, ICC Banking Commission Senior Policy Manager Thierry Senechal said that trade finance intermediation is crucial today as it provides real-time risk mitigation, while improving liquidity and cash flow of the trading parties.
ICC urges Members of the European Parliament to remove B2B sales from scope of Common European Sales Law
ICC has asked Members of the European Parliament (MEPs) to remove B2B transactions from the scope of a proposed regulation on Common European Sales Law (CESL) when they vote on the adoption of a draft opinion on CESL on 9 July. The removal would limit the reach of the law to B2C transactions.