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Tax cooperation among participating members of the Belt & Road Initiative is a welcome development to avoid inconsistencies among national governments.
ICC believes that open markets and the free flow of data will help digital innovators flourish, especially SMEs, who face market barriers due to their limited resources.
Crispin Conroy, the new Permanent Observer of the ICC to the UN in Geneva, has presented his letter of nomination to Michael Møller, the Director-General of the UN Office at Geneva.
Business views are vital to enriching global policy and decision making processes.
As the world’s leading arbitral institution, the work of ICC’s International Court of Arbitration and other Dispute Resolution Services never stops. We’re taking some time out to look back at some of the highlights and developments from last year.
The International Court of Arbitration of the International has released updates to its Note to Parties and Arbitral Tribunals on the Conduct of Arbitration under the ICC Rules of Arbitration, effective 1 January 2019
As European finance ministers convened on 4 December to decide on the proposed digital services tax (DST), ICC strongly recommended that any measures being considered be aligned with global efforts to ensure consistency and coherence and to avoid double and over-taxation.
The IGF takes place under the auspices of the United Nations (UN) and is sometimes described as the world’s biggest digital policy incubator.
ICC’s position on the Brexit is driven by the practical need to minimise the disruption inherent within the divorce process.
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ICC renews Alexis Mourre as President and nominates Court with full gender parity and unprecedented diversity
In addition to gender and regional diversity, the Court underscores unprecedented generational renewal, with over 15% of members below 40 years of age and 40% between 41 and 50.