Over 40 small- and medium-sized enterprises (SME) joined over 100 other participants, including government agencies and members of the public, for a green economy roundtable hosted by the Delta state government of Nigeria in partnership with the International Chamber of commerce (ICC).
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Representing chambers from an extensive geographical range, transnational and other leading chambers of commerce converged in Paris last week to gain insight into, and inspiration from the work of their peers.
The ICC World Chambers Federation (WCF) gathered last night to celebrate 60 years of uniting, and facilitating exchange among, the global community of over 12,000 chambers of commerce around the world.
As preparations gear up for the famed Macau Grand Prix in November, the region has also been busy laying the groundwork for the imminent implementation of the ATA Carnet system.
On 5-7 July 2010, the Confederation of Asia-Pacific Chambers of Commerce and Industry (CACCI) successfully held its 24th CACCI Conference in Colombo, Sri Lanka with a record turnout of more than 300 delegates.
Ten innovative chamber products and services have been selected by a jury for recognition at the fourth meeting of France’s local and regional chambers (CCIPRO).
Chambers from around the world are invited to join the fourth meeting of France’s local and regional chambers (CCIPRO) as they showcase their latest products and services on 1 - 2 July in Nice, on the French Riviera.
Rona Yircali, Chair of the ICC World Chambers Federation, recently met with chamber organizations in Asia and Africa in a bid to strengthen the global chamber network and garner insight into chamber needs in those regions.
The 7th World Chambers Congress in Mexico City is exactly one-year away and as preparations gear up, the ICC World Chambers Federation has unveiled a new website and ways for delegates to participate to mark the occasion.
The Republic of Moldova will become the 67th country to join the ATA Carnet system as of 1 July 2010. With a modest recovery predicted for the Moldova economy in 2010, the move will help facilitate trade and open new business opportunities with the country.