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Breakthrough for air travel as Singapore becomes first government to accept digital COVID-19 test results for immigration purposes
ICC has announced the first ever use of a digital travel pass by a national immigration authority to verify the Covid-19 status of inbound travellers, following the conclusion of a ground-breaking pilot in partnership with International SOS and the Government of Singapore.
In a memo to World Trade Organization Members, ICC has called on negotiators to accelerate progress and conclude a high standard agreement by the next WTO Ministerial Conference.
ICC’s Ibero-American national committees in 13 countries have joined forces to mark International Anti-Corruption Day, underscoring the importance of the anti-corruption agenda as a key means of promoting social inclusion and economic growth in the region in the context of the current pandemic.
Over 150 senior executives from multinational corporations, financial institutions, and institutional investors joined Indonesia’s Tri Hita Karana Forum Partners Dialogue to discover the opportunities created by Indonesia’s Omnibus Law on Job Creation.
The International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) welcomes Delta Airlines and Alitalia’s announcement of quarantine-free flights from Atlanta and New York to Rome.
ICC AOKpass, a risk mitigation tool, is a scalable solution that enables governments and border authorities to reopen cross border travel safely and efficiently.
ICC – the institutional representative of over 45 million businesses – has issued a statement following the conclusion of the annual G20 leaders’ summit.
The first-ever digital 18th ICC Miami Conference on International Arbitration concluded on Friday, following a four-day event that united close to 400 practising lawyers, arbitrators, mediators, corporate counsel and academics from 40 countries.
The International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) virtually joined stakeholders at the annual Internet Governance Forum (IGF) to share in policy conversations concerning the future of Internet governance.