World Trade

ICC and Qatar Chamber cement future of World Trade Agenda

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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.

One year on: revisiting the 8th World Chambers Congress

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With the clock ticking down to the 9th World Chambers Congress in Torino next year, we revisit some key moments and perspectives from the 8th World Chambers Congress, which took place one year ago today in Qatar on 22-25 April 2013.

Six ways ICC made a difference in 2013

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In the activities ICC carries out every day, we help companies meet the challenges and opportunities of an increasingly integrated world economy. These were some of our key activities and achievements in 2013.

Listen to the serious protestors

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London A Financial Times editorial says the issues driving anti-globalization protesters remain both popular and real, though their fury has subsided. Meanwhile, globalization itself remains an economic reality, even if the growth of world trade has slowed and investment flow are down, the business newspa

ICC issues fourth G20 newsletter

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ICC has released the fourth issue of the G20 Executive Brief, a newsletter aimed at keeping the organization’s international network and the business community informed following this year’s G20 Summit, 3-4 November in Cannes.

ICC concludes successful B20 in Cannes

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The International Chamber of Commerce (ICC), along with its partners including MEDEF (French business confederation) and the World Economic Forum (WEF), yesterday concluded an intensive two days of meetings in Cannes, France, for the G20 Business Summit (B20).

Barroso confirms EU commitment to revive Doha round

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In meetings last week with ICC Chairman Marcus Wallenberg and ICC Secretary General Guy Sebban, European Commission President José Manuel Barroso and the EC Director General for Trade, David O’Sullivan, affirmed their commitment to making progress with the Doha round and said they believed it could be restarted in 2007 with the aim of finalizing it in 2008.