Speaking on behalf the world’s largest business organisation—representing over 45 million companies employing more than 1 billion workers—ICC Director of Global Policy Nikolaus Schultze talked trade wars with France 24’s Annette Young.
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The second quarterly report from the ICC International Maritime Bureau (IMB) shows that all 2018 crew kidnappings have so far occurred in the Gulf of Guinea in six separate incidents.
In an interview broadcast live on the American news network MSNBC, International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) Secretary General John W.H. Denton AO stressed that tit-for-tat tariffs were not the answer to legitimate grievances of marginalized groups who may have been negatively affected by globalization.
In a letter published in the Financial Times, ICC Secretary General John W.H. Denton AO has called on the leaders of G20 countries to chart a new roadmap for reforming the World Trade Organization (WTO) that supports sustainable and inclusive growth.
Unwitting or not, landlords are key intermediaries in the US$917 billion global trade in counterfeit goods. Here are several steps landlords can take to combat illegal economic activity.
In his first speaking engagement as ICC Secretary General, Mr Denton put the onus on business to help drive transition to a more inclusive trading system.
John Danilovich, a former US Ambassador and past Chief Executive Officer of the Millennium Challenge Corporation, steps down from his role as Secretary General of the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) at the end of April.
ICC welcomes NIPRC signing of Declaration of Intent to Prevent the Maritime Transport of Counterfeit
The US National Intellectual Property Rights Coordination Center (NIPRC) has become the latest signatory of the historic Declaration of Intent to Prevent the Maritime Transport of Counterfeit Goods (DOI).
Incoming Secretary General of the International Chamber of Commerce John W.H. Denton AO has warned against inward policies and other distractions that could threaten global growth in 2018.
In view of rising trade tensions caused by proposed tit-for-tat tariff increases, the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) has issued the following statement.