Last week, ICC, together with the Governments of Antigua and Barbuda, Botswana, Canada, Ireland, Kenya, and Samoa convened a high-level dialogue on correspondent banking – with the aim of bringing the harmful effects of current market trends to the fore on the global agenda.
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The International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) has responded to this year’s G20 Communique, warning that world leaders must show greater urgency in responding to a range of global challenges and tensions. ICC has welcomed G20 leaders’ continued resolve to “build a society capable of seizing opportunities, and tackling economic, social and environmental challenges”, but cautioned […]
ICC is urging G20 leaders heading to Japan this week for their annual leaders Summit not to weaken climate commitments made in Summit communiques of recent years.
Writing in an opinion editorial in today’s edition of the Australian Financial Review, International Chamber of Commerce Secretary General John W.H. Denton AO says delivering substantive results on trade reform at this weekend’s G20 Osaka Leaders Summit would help defuse trade tensions and safeguard the rules-based global economic order.
ICC Secretary General John W.H. Denton AO says more attention needs to be paid to closing the infrastructure financing gap by focusing on delivering the missing inputs for infrastructure development.
ICC has welcomed a statement from G20 ministers recognizing the need to step up efforts to mitigate risks and enhance confidence in international trade at what they describe as “a critical juncture for international trade and investment cooperation.”
Speaking on behalf of 45 million companies, employing over 1 billion workers, the International Chamber of Commerce has issued the following statement in response to a recently leaked draft US Fair and Reciprocal Tariff Act that would permit unilateral tariff hikes and abandon core principles of World Trade Organization (WTO) rules.
In a letter published in the Financial Times, ICC Secretary General John W.H. Denton AO has called on the leaders of G20 countries to chart a new roadmap for reforming the World Trade Organization (WTO) that supports sustainable and inclusive growth.
Common-sense reforms that make trading easier and faster can have a greater impact than removing every tariff in the world. Global business representatives at an ICC summit in Buenos Aires ahead of the G20 meeting agreed on the importance of furthering trade facilitation.
Following the conclusion of the G20 Hamburg Summit, the Chairman of the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) has issued the following statement.