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International Chamber of Commerce Secretary General John W.H. Denton today launched a new round of debates on the Global Dialogue on Trade platform, the only digitally enabled dialogue among leaders from government, academia, and business to discuss and debate the future of the international trade system.
The International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) and Japan External Trade Organization (JETRO) will host an international symposium on 9 April 2019 in Tokyo to feed outcomes from the online Global Dialogue on Trade into inter-governmental dialogue on global trade reform.
Speaking at a conference on current challenges to global trade in Lisbon this week, International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) Secretary General John W.H. Denton AO said business could not afford to sit on the sidelines when it came to global challenges, including reform of the multilateral trade system.
The first digitally-enabled dialogue on the future of the multilateral rules-based trading system will be extended until 1 March 2019.
At ICC, we’re excited to be in Centenary year. As 2019 begins, we’re taking a look back at some of the things that kept us busy and enabled business to secure peace, prosperity and opportunity for all during our 99th year…
The first digitally-enabled dialogue on the future of the multilateral trading system have begun, allowing companies, multilateral institutions, think tanks and academics to join the ongoing debate on world trade reform.
ICC, supported by the World Trade Organization (WTO), the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) and regional development banks, have announced a new initiative to host a global consultation to support multilateral trade reform.