Writing in an opinion editorial in today’s edition of the Australian Financial Review, International Chamber of Commerce Secretary General John W.H. Denton AO says delivering substantive results on trade reform at this weekend’s G20 Osaka Leaders Summit would help defuse trade tensions and safeguard the rules-based global economic order.
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On behalf of 45 million companies worldwide, the International Chamber of Commerce has issued a declaration setting out a vision to shape the future of global business for the next century.
The International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) and the Japan External Trade Organization (JETRO) co-hosted an international symposium on 9 April.
ICC has welcomed a ministerial statement issued today announcing the start of formal WTO talks to establish global rules for e-commerce.
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.
The World Trade Organization’s (WTO) 2018 Public Forum kicks off in Geneva, Switzerland this week under the theme ‘Trade 2030’.
ICC has welcomed a statement from G20 ministers recognizing the need to step up efforts to mitigate risks and enhance confidence in international trade at what they describe as “a critical juncture for international trade and investment cooperation.”
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 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:
Hopes are high for the launch of an historic Declaration on Trade and Gender at the 11th World Trade Organization (WTO) ministerial meeting taking place in Buenos Aires this week.