Global trade flows rebounded across many regions in 2010, according to the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) Trade and Finance Global Survey 2011, but high-pricing meant that traders in many low-income countries still faced difficulties accessing affordable trade finance.
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The International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) is kicking off a fresh round of Incoterms® rules Masterclasses, set to run from 17-18 February 2011, attracting participants interested in learning straight from the source of the revised rules.
A group of prominent Palestinian businessmen have begun active operations representing the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) in Palestine.
Goods and services tax likely to be tabled in next budget session, India’s Revenue Secretary tells ICC
Theo Keijzer, Chairman of the ICC Commission on Taxation, today underlined the need to remove the apprehensions of international business regarding the "uncertainty and instability" of the Indian tax system caused by mark ups and the retroactivity in the tax system.
An ICC Taxation Commission conference on Transfer Pricing Document and Dispute Resolution: Making or Breaking the Corporate Tax has been hailed a great success. The spring conference in Paris was sold out, demonstrating the significance and interest in the topic.
The ICC Financial Investigation Bureau (FIB) has urged caution over sourcing commodities from online suppliers, particularly from those who offer a wide range of products but lack established credentials.
Theo Keijzer, Vice President Tax Policy at Shell International in The Hague, has taken over the helm as Chair of the ICC Commission on Taxation. Having served as Vice-Chair since May 2006, Mr Keijzer replaces Robert Couzin, who stepped down from the post at the spring meeting of the commission in Paris last month.
Prospects for a strong and lasting trade recovery are mixed, with access to affordable trade finance constrained, trade protectionism still a problem, and banks facing tougher capital requirements for their trade assets, a major new survey on trade finance by the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) said today.
The initial results of the research projects supported by the Foundation in 2009 were presented at a CEO Forum in New Delhi in December, 2009. Further news about these initial projects will be the subject of future newsletters and will be posted on the Foundation website.
Project leaders from the World Trade Organization, the Harvard Business School and the IMD Business School presented initial results of research projects on global trade and investment supported by the ICC Research Foundation, at a Forum organized by ICC India on 4-5 December, 2009 in New Delhi.