ICC World Chambers Federation

Two new digital trade services launched in the origin area

With a new online certifying tool and a revamped Certificate of Origin (CO) verification website, the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) is expanding and modernising its catalogue of digital trade services offered in the origin area.

New recommendation calls for inclusion of multi systems for proof of origin in FTAs

2021 ICC Trade Register Report: Global Risks In Trade Finance

A new paper from the ICC World Chambers Federation Certificate of Origin Council calls on all economies negotiating Preferential Free Trade Agreements (FTAs) to ensure that the Rules of Origin Chapter provisions include an equivalent multi system. The measure would allow traders to choose between third party certified origin and self-declared origin statement methods when satisfying their preferential origin data.

New members of CO Accreditation Chain from Austria, Brazil and Italy announced

ICC Certificate of Origin

ICC World Chambers Federation has welcomed the Austrian Federal Economic Chamber and Brazilian National Confederation of Industry (CNI) to the International Certificate of Origin (CO) Accreditation Chain, joining new members from Italy, the Chamber of commerce, industry, handicraft and agriculture of Chieti – Pescara and the Chamber of commerce, industry, handicraft and agriculture of Bergamo.

ICC WCF announces Certificate of Origin Accreditation Chain expansion

ICC recommendations on rules of origin in preferential trade agreements

Bandar Abbas Chamber, Irish Chambers of Commerce, Los Angeles Area Chamber and the New Zealand Chambers of Commerce are the latest members to enter the International Certificate of Origin (CO) Accreditation Chain, managed by ICC’s World Chamber Federation (WCF).

World Chambers Competition to recognise chambers building back better

Hamad Buamim, Chair of the International Chamber of Commerce’s (ICC) World Chambers Federation (WCF) has officially launched the World Chambers Competition. The 2021 edition of the Competition will recognise chambers of commerce around the world that are striving to keep their business communities functioning even in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic.