Global issues & trends

Incoterms® 2020 app gets makeover to enable traders worldwide

The International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) – the guardians and creators of the Incoterms® rules – has revamped its Incoterms® 2020 mobile app, making it more convenient and useful than ever.

Incoterms® 2020 app gets makeover to enable traders worldwide2021-06-23T15:40:01+02:00

Business leaders and civil society urge UN to take meaningful action to combat corruption

Strengthening UNCAC enforcement mechanisms would help level the playing field and increase integrity.

Business leaders and civil society urge UN to take meaningful action to combat corruption2021-05-04T09:32:36+02:00

ICC joins global commitment calling for a people-centered approach to achieve meaningful connectivity

ICC will be mobilising its global network to address issues linked to connectivity and access to digital technologies.

ICC joins global commitment calling for a people-centered approach to achieve meaningful connectivity2021-05-04T09:48:01+02:00

ICC and WFP partner to mobilise the private sector in support of zero hunger around the globe

Ercole de Vito was appointed as ICC Food and Agriculture Lead for the UN Rome-based agencies.

ICC and WFP partner to mobilise the private sector in support of zero hunger around the globe2021-05-04T09:53:51+02:00

ICC shines light on proliferation and fragmentation of private antitrust enforcement regimes

1 study, 9 key issues, illustrated by relevant case-law and decisions across a spread of geographies.

ICC shines light on proliferation and fragmentation of private antitrust enforcement regimes2021-04-01T09:53:03+02:00

ICC welcomes G7 signals to provide financial relief to COVID-hit emerging nations

50% of SMEs in developing countries feared bankruptcy in 2021 absent of fresh financial support

ICC welcomes G7 signals to provide financial relief to COVID-hit emerging nations2021-03-24T14:58:34+01:00

WTO framework on data flows: call for breakthrough by a global coalition of industry associations

Data flows are at the heart of today’s global economy.

WTO framework on data flows: call for breakthrough by a global coalition of industry associations2021-01-27T10:38:53+01:00

Study shows vaccine nationalism could cost rich countries US$4.5 trillion

Key advanced economies most impacted include Belgium and many EU countries, says new study commissioned by the ICC Research Foundation.

Study shows vaccine nationalism could cost rich countries US$4.5 trillion2021-01-27T11:00:29+01:00

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