US and Italian chambers join ICC Certificate of Origin Accreditation Chain

ICC is delighted to welcome five chambers from the United States and Italy to the International Certificate of Origin (CO) Accreditation Chain.

US and Italian chambers join ICC Certificate of Origin Accreditation Chain2022-06-23T13:36:40+02:00

How ATA carnets contributed to Winter Olympic and Paralympic success

More than 118,000 pieces of equipment were temporarily imported into China for 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics and Paralympics thanks to the use of ATA carnets.

How ATA carnets contributed to Winter Olympic and Paralympic success2022-04-06T14:36:00+02:00

New recommendation calls for inclusion of multi systems for proof of origin in FTAs

A new paper from the ICC WFC of Origin Council calls on all economies negotiating Preferential FTAs to ensure that the Rules of Origin Chapter provisions include an equivalent multi system.

New recommendation calls for inclusion of multi systems for proof of origin in FTAs2022-03-22T10:34:53+01:00

Unsung Heroes of this Crisis Will be Celebrated with the Next Customs Professional Award

Customs professionals and trade compliance managers are the unsung heroes who are making sure hospitals and food markets stay stocked.

Unsung Heroes of this Crisis Will be Celebrated with the Next Customs Professional Award2020-05-05T15:16:10+02:00

COVID-19: WCO and ICC issue joint statement and call for increased action on Customs and trade facilitation

We call on Customs administrations and other government agencies to keep trade flowing.

COVID-19: WCO and ICC issue joint statement and call for increased action on Customs and trade facilitation2020-04-27T14:45:34+02:00

Belgium is one of six pilot countries for new digital ATA Carnet

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. 

Belgium is one of six pilot countries for new digital ATA Carnet2019-10-04T11:31:25+02:00

E-commerce can make trade more inclusive, but greater coordination is needed

The rise of e-commerce holds huge potential for inclusive growth and development, but the absence of global rules and concerns of some national border administrations could curb the gains for those who need them most.

E-commerce can make trade more inclusive, but greater coordination is needed2018-02-13T11:17:45+01:00

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