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Customs authorities in Qatar have approved the use of ATA Carnet, an international customs document that permits duty-free and tax-free temporary import of goods, for professional products such as broadcasting equipment on an exceptional basis during the upcoming 2022 FIFA World Cup.
Following the strengthening of the Russian and Belarusian related financial sanctions earlier this year, the dispute resolution community raised numerous concerns regarding the subsequent and anticipated impact on the administration and conduct of ICC proceedings implicating these countries.
The International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) has called for cautious optimism following the publication of the third report of the UN Secretary General’s Global Crisis Response Group examining the global impact of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.
The International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) welcomes the departure of the first grain shipment from Odesa following the recently brokered grain export deal between Russia and Ukraine intended to alleviate soaring global food prices.
ICC has issued a statement following the signature of a deal to allow the resumption of grain exports via the Black Sea.
ICC has issued the following statement in response to the conclusion of the G20 finance ministers meeting in Bali, Indonesia.
As the meeting of G20 finance ministers enters its final day in Bali, Indonesia, ICC has issued the following statement.
Ahead of this week’s G20 Finance Ministers’ meeting, ICC is calling on G20 leaders to avoid a global debt crisis by suspending debt payments for all countries in need.
ICC has announced changes to the constitution of the ICC Belt and Road Commission aiming to focus on the full range of Belt and Road dispute resolution related issues, particularly relating to China. The announcement was made by President of the ICC International Court of Arbitration Claudia Salomon during the ICC Asia-Pacific Conference on International Arbitration.