Interview with Christiaan van der Valk, Vice-Chair of the ICC Commission on the Digital Economy.
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ICC has hosted an official side event at the Copenhagen climate change talks to explore vital enabling frameworks needed for business to successfully develop and deploy technology at the necessary scale to combat climate change.
The development and global deployment of advanced low emissions technologies to address climate change will require appropriate institutional frameworks, intellectual property rights protection, and innovative funding mechanisms, ICC told the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC).
ICC, in association with ICC United Arab Emirates and the Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry (DCCI) is set to host a major ICC Banking Commission meeting in Dubai from 10-12 March at the Dubai Chamber Auditorium.
The International Chamber of Commerce has launched a new guide to assist countries considering or embarking on the liberalization of their communications infrastructure.
In an address today to ITU Telecom World 2006, International Chamber of Commerce Secretary General Guy Sebban called for more public-private cooperation to spread access to the Internet and information and communications technologies (ICTs), two powerful drivers of development.
ICC Secretary General Guy Sebban recently joined UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan and Intel Chairman Craig Barrett to set objectives for the UN Global Alliance for Information and Communication Technologies and Development (GAID) at the initiative's steering committee meeting in New York.
The International Chamber of Commerce today warned that designs by China and other countries to create their own domain name systems in Letters Digits Hyphen (LDH) for locating data on the Internet exposes the Internet to new risks that could destabilize it if technical and logistical issues are not urgently addressed.
The International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) today called on governments to be even-handed in their software procurement policies and not give undue preference to either open source or proprietary software in legislation.
ICC Secretary General Maria Livanos Cattaui today stressed the importance of allowing market forces to drive the progress of global wireless communications and urged business leaders to maximize the use of wireless technology to communicate, innovate and change the way they do business.