The International Chamber of Commerce (ICC), in collaboration with the European Club for Countertrade and Offset (ECCO), has released guidance to help firms navigate and negotiate international offset contracts – a growing phenomenon in global trade across a variety of strategic sectors.
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The first digitally-enabled dialogue on the future of the multilateral trading system have begun, allowing companies, multilateral institutions, think tanks and academics to join the ongoing debate on world trade reform.
In a letter published in the Financial Times, ICC Secretary General John W.H. Denton AO called on business leaders to leverage their private sector experience towards world trade reform.
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.
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.
Achieving the United Nations’ (UN) Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) requires US$2.5 trillion each year in developing countries. How can private sector resources best be leveraged?
ICC Secretary General-elect John Denton to Sky News: The global trade context has “completely changed”
ICC Secretary General-elect John W.H. Denton AO to Sky News: The global trade context has “completely changed.”
The proposals were put forward by the Institute of Export and International Trade (UK), eBay (US), and the National Confederation of Industry (Brazil).
The International Chamber of Commerce and the Qatar Chamber of Commerce and Industry have renewed a partnership agreement aimed at securing a robust ICC World Trade Agenda (WTA) work programme, established in 2012 to contribute to the advancement of the global rules-based trade and investment policy agenda.
In view of growing global trade tensions – following the US administration’s announcement of plans to impose new duties on imports of steel and aluminium – ICC has issued the following statement: