Other participants of the ICC training course agreed saying that they too found it very useful to have a model contract which can be adapted to any international commercial deal.
“Any company in any country can use the ICC model contract, and after attending this course, I will definitely recommend that others in my company use it,” said Abumelha Saeed, a contracting adviser at Saudi Arabian company Aecom.
Participants also concurred that the one-day course was quick, practical – with interactive sessions applicable to real life scenarios – and very well organized. “I will recommend the training to my colleagues,” said Bodunrin Adewole, principal partner at Nigerian Legal Direct Solicitors & Advocates.
Participants also received first-hand advice from two authors of the ICC Model International Sale Contract: Christoph Martin Radtke and Koen Vanheusden. Emily O’ Connor, Senior Policy Manager of the ICC Commission on Commercial Law and Practice and editor of Incoterms® 2010, also gave insight as a training course speaker.
Concluding the training, author Koen Vanheusden recommended two ICC publications: ICC Guide to Export-Import and Incoterms® 2010 Q&A. “These books make the international rules and the Incoterms® 2010 understandable for businesspeople,” he said.
Save the date for the next session of the International Model Sale Contract training which will take place in Paris on 7 March 2014.
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