ICC joined over 500 Turkish and international business leaders, key international business groups and government officials in Istanbul today to officially launch preparations for the 2015 G20 Business (B20) Summit scheduled to take place in Antalya, Turkey on 14-15 November 2015.
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The International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) has welcomed the 2014 G20 Summit declaration, outlining commitments to the group’s focus on raising global growth and delivering better living standards and quality jobs worldwide.
Speaking live from the G20 Summit that gets underway tomorrow in Brisbane, Australia, ICC Chairman Terry McGraw expressed confidence that the gathering of world leaders would result in actionable policy for global growth and job creation.
ICC is calling on G20 leaders to seize the opportunity to make progress on jobs and growth, following timely news that the US and India have resolved differences relating to the World Trade Organization’s Trade Facilitation Agreement.
On 8 October 2014, the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) and the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) hosted an event in Washington D.C. on the outlook of the upcoming G20 Summit in Brisbane.
ICC Secretary General John Danilovich took part in panel session to launch the 7th edition Global Innovation Index 2014 (GII) on the occasion of the Business 20 (B20) meeting of international business leaders in Sydney.
Concluding the Business-20 (B20) Summit in Sydney today, CEOs from around the world have called on the G20 to forge ahead with opening global markets, by liberalizing trade and investment, as the surest way to revive economic growth and job creation.
An International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) global survey released today, indicates that multilateral trade, as well as investment and infrastructure are firmly placed at the top of business policy priorities for G20 Leaders.
Managing Director and Chief Business Officer of the World Economic Forum Robert Greenhill addressed a gathering of ICC representatives in Geneva yesterday, describing the relationship between the two organizations as “fantastic”.
Delivering an update on B20 task force work to a meeting of ICC G20 CEO Advisory Group deputies in Paris last week, Robert Milliner, Australia’s B20 sherpa, said that the G20 was starting to see some recognition of business issues.