The International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) participated in the 9th India Telecom Conference which took place in New Delhi, India on 1-2 November. Presenting recent policy work, ICC shared business perspectives on how to reap the benefits of emerging technology for all and offered global insights on the ways it can catalyze sustainable development.
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WSIS+10 Informal Interactive Stakeholder Consultations, ECOSOC Chamber, United Nations Headquarters (Panel 1)
Panel 1: Progress made in the implementation of the outcomes of the World Summit on the Information Society
WSIS+10 Informal Interactive Stakeholder Consultations, ECOSOC Chamber, United Nations Headquarters (Panel 3)
Panel 3: The way forward: Harnessing information and communications technologies for development
Opening remarks by Dr Ilham Habibie, ICC BASIS Chair
Internet Governance Forum High-Level Ministerial Event Address Delivered by ICC Secretary General John Danilovich
Ministerial title: ‘Capacity Building for Economic Development’
WSIS +10 High-Level Event 10 June 2014, Geneva
Successful ICC conference on Facilitating Trade in the Digital Economy attracts more than 125 participants from 24 countries
Business and government representatives came together from across the world in Geneva on 8-9 April 2014 to investigate how electronic systems can replace paper-based trade and administrative processes in key business areas such as customs, taxation and public procurement.
Mr S. Ramadorai, BASIS Chair Firstly, thank you for this opportunity to speak on behalf of ICC’s BASIS‐ initiative members at this year’s Forum. Our special thanks to the ITU Secretary‐General Hamadoun Touré, as well as the other WSIS Action Line facilitators ‐UNCTAD, UNDP and UNESCO. I would also like to acknowledge the participation of […]
Opening ceremony address by Jean-Guy Carrier on the occasion of the World Summit on the Information Society (WSIS) Plus 10 Review meeting
The International Chamber of Commerce has been part of this series of discussions and process leading, we hope, to some decisions by governments and others, since the early start of the process.
Countries should reduce discriminatory and burdensome taxes on telecommunications goods and services to help drive adoption and use of broadband, mobile and other services in the sector, the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) says.