COP25 takes place from 2-13 December 2019 in Madrid. This is ICC’s involvement in COP25 as the official UN Framework Convention on Climate Change Focal Point for Business and Industry.
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The rulebook we have for international trade is ill-designed to cope with the disruptions of our digitalised and complex world, or to share the benefits of globalisation in an more equitable way.
ICC Court’s Asia Office in Hong Kong will benefit from the provisions of the Arrangement in force since Oct. 1st, 2019.
Over the coming months, ICC will be organising a series of multi-stakeholders consultations to discuss the nexus of international trade and climate change.
Belgium is one of six pilot countries for an initiative to digitalise the ATA Carnet international customs document with launch of the Mercury II Pilot Project running phase.
GenU, a major global initiative to empower young people worldwide through education, employment and entrepreneurship opportunities, is co-chaired by Antonio Guterres, Paul Kagame and Paula Mae Weekes.
ICC convenes a broad spectrum of stakeholders, from both the public and private sectors, with a view to establishing practical initiatives that would benefit its members and wider society.
The collective commitment of the Chambers Climate Coalition to greater climate ambition is a clear indication of the growing grassroots demand for bold action to win the climate war.
The ICC Banking Commission’s Annual Meeting provides a unique opportunity for delegates to learn and exchange with industry experts.
ICC SG John W.H. Denton AO said: “With Tom adding to our presence at ICC Belgium, we aim to bolster our communication and collaboration with the EU community"
The ICC International Centre for ADR Paris-based team is composed of multilingual legal professionals, savvy in the administration of international commercial disputes through mediation and other procedures such as arbitration, expertise or dispute boards.
The G7 has missed a major opportunity to stake out an actionable plan to modernise the World Trade Organization aimed at making trade work for people and our planet.