A survey jointly conducted by the Ukrainian National Committee of the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC Ukraine) in close co-operation with the Center for Operational and Strategic Analysis (COSA) reveals that Ukrainian businesses have struggled to secure financing under martial law.
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Following the strengthening of the Russian and Belarusian related financial sanctions earlier this year, the dispute resolution community raised numerous concerns regarding the subsequent and anticipated impact on the administration and conduct of ICC proceedings implicating these countries.
The International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) has called for cautious optimism following the publication of the third report of the UN Secretary General’s Global Crisis Response Group examining the global impact of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.
The International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) welcomes the departure of the first grain shipment from Odesa following the recently brokered grain export deal between Russia and Ukraine intended to alleviate soaring global food prices.
ICC has issued a statement following the signature of a deal to allow the resumption of grain exports via the Black Sea.
The International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) is proud to announce the launch of a campaign on World Food Programme’s (WFP) crowdfunding platform ShareTheMeal to provide food assistance to the people of Ukraine.
“We believe in our victory”: Meet Gennadiy Chyzhykov, President of the Ukrainian Chamber of Commerce
Gennadiy Chyzhykov, President of the Ukrainian Chamber of Commerce and Industry, has been working since day one to keep Ukraine’s private sector alive.
ICC has today called on G7 governments to spearhead a concerted diplomatic and logistical effort to restore trade in Ukrainian grains and vegetable oils – as well as fertilisers from Russia and Belarus.
As the institutional representative of more than 45 million companies in over 100 countries, the International Chamber of Commerce has taken a leading role in advocating for business action in response to the war in Ukraine.
Following reports that the World Trade Organization is to cut the outlook for trade growth in 2022 by half, ICC has issued the following statement.