With the date for the United Kingdom (UK) to leave the European Union (EU) just months away, ICC has restated its position that the UK should seek the closest possible trading relationship with the EU to keep cross border trade as frictionless as possible.
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The World Trade Organization’s (WTO) 2018 Public Forum kicks off in Geneva, Switzerland this week under the theme ‘Trade 2030’.
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.”
In an interview broadcast live on the American news network MSNBC, ICC Secretary General John W.H. Denton AO stressed that tit-for-tat tariffs were not the answer to legitimate grievances of marginalized groups who may have been negatively affected by globalisation.
The World Chambers Federation (WCF) of the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) has launched the first stage of a pilot project to digitalise the ATA Carnet, a customs document allowing duty- and tax-free movement of goods for up to one year.
In a clear show of support for the multilateral trading system, global business representatives today joined trade policymakers today at the World Trade Organisation’s (WTO) headquarters in Geneva to discuss future reform of the multilateral trading system.
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.
Incoming Secretary General of the International Chamber of Commerce John W.H. Denton AO has warned against inward policies and other distractions that could threaten global growth in 2018.
In view of rising trade tensions caused by proposed tit-for-tat tariff increases, the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) has issued the following statement.
In view of growing global trade tensions – following the US administration’s announcement of plans to impose new duties on imports of steel and aluminium – ICC has issued the following statement: