With so much to look back on over the last year, we’re wrapping up 2019 with 12 notable achievements of our world business organisation.
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ICC has welcomed the decision taken today by members of the World Trade Organization to renew the longstanding global prohibition on applying customs duties to cross-border data flows.
Recognising the challenges, criticism and unprecedented pressure faced by the World Trade Organization (WTO) system, ICC has unveiled a groundbreaking set of recommendations to guide the future of international trade.
At this year’s United Nations General Assembly (UNGA), the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) hosted the first of a new series of trade and climate change consultations with the objective of aligning trade and climate change policy.
ICC has today published a landmark paper calling on World Trade Organization (WTO) Members to permanently prohibit the imposition of tariffs on cross-border data flows – as the deadline for renewal of a longstanding moratorium on the application of customs duties on electronic transmissions looms large.
ICC has published an inaugural issues brief on World Trade Organization negotiations on the trade-related aspects of e-commerce.
The International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) welcomes the European Union (EU) and Canada’s announcement to utilize international arbitration panels to resolve trade disputes under World Trade Organization (WTO) rules.
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.
The International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) is bringing the voice of business at the World Trade Organization’s (WTO) negotiations for the use of electronic commerce (e-commerce).
In a letter published in the Financial Times today, International Chamber of Commerce Secretary General, John W.H. Denton has called for an urgent, systemic response to the challenge of digital protectionism.