The winners and runners-up of the 2022 edition of the Small Business Champions Competition were announced at a virtual event co-organised by ICC, MSMEs and ITC.
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ICC joined world leaders in New York for the 77th UN General Assembly, to contribute the voice of global business and find solutions to the unprecedented challenges the world is facing.
The ICC Institute of World Business Law has announced the addition of eight members to the Institute Council.
ICC and UNICEF have announced a new partnership to address the impact of crises on children and advance the Sustainable Development Goals.
A survey jointly conducted by ICC Ukraine in close co-operation with the Center for Operational and Strategic Analysis reveals that Ukrainian businesses have struggled to secure financing under martial law.
ICC and Jus Mundi have broadened the scope of their existing partnership to enable wider access to ICC’s dispute resolution expertise via Jus Mundi’s international law and arbitration research engine.
On behalf of business leaders worldwide, ICC pays tribute to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, who died peacefully yesterday.
ICC and The United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP) are calling on public and private service providers to submit best practices for a new online repository of cross-border paperless trade initiatives and solutions.
Customs authorities in Qatar have approved the use of ATA Carnet, an international customs document that permits duty-free and tax-free temporary import of goods, for professional products such as broadcasting equipment on an exceptional basis during the upcoming 2022 FIFA World Cup.
The recently elected Chair of the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) Maria Fernanda Garza has been appointed to serve on the United Nations Secretary-General’s inaugural Internet Governance Forum (IGF) Leadership Panel.
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Following the strengthening of the Russian and Belarusian related financial sanctions, the dispute resolution community raised numerous concerns regarding the impact on the administration and conduct of ICC proceedings implicating these countries.