The International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) joined key stakeholders at the 2020 Private Finance for Sustainable Development Conference to develop a shared framework for blended finance.
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Digital transformations and technologies should be seen as an aid and not a hindrance to fair and efficient tax systems, argued participants at an international tax conference in Munich, Germany.
In our increasingly connected world, the net benefits of globalisation are often undermined by corruption and other types of unethical decision-making. Here’s what the world business organization is doing to foster fair and inclusive economies.
The International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) has highlighted a number of potential concerns regarding new European Commission’s proposals that would require multinational companies to publicly disclose their earnings and tax bills in the European Union.
The International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) has welcomed an agreement reached this week by over 90 countries to automatically swap tax information.
Speaking at the Third Annual High-Level Anti-Corruption Conference for G20 Governments and Business taking place today in Paris, Erik Belfrage, Chair of the ICC Commission on Corporate Responsibility and Anti-corruption underscored how concrete ICC tools for training and capacity building help companies – particularly small- and medium-sized enterprises (SME) – fight corruption.
The International Chamber of Commerce was involved in a high-level consultation in Rome with the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), focusing on consumption taxes.
ICC today urged the Organization for Economic Development and Cooperation (OECD) to promote awareness of the world business organization’s codes on environmental claims in advertising and to foster exchanges of information on research regarding consumer perceptions.
As it emerges from a deep recession, the US must reject protectionism and economic nationalism, and champion foreign investment as a key driver of prosperity, a top US State Department official told a conference organized by ICC’s representative in the US.
The economic crisis threatens an erosion of ethical standards but also provides a unique opportunity for business and government to reinforce their commitment to fighting corruption, ICC Commission on Anti-Corruption Chairman François Vincke told Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) Secretary General Angel Gurría.