The International Chamber of Commerce and the World Trade Organization have today published the first-ever toolkit to help companies and government agencies adopt available standards to accelerate the digitalisation of trade processes.
ICC has announced forthcoming changes to the management of its Digital Standards Initiative (DSI) as the project prepares to enter second phase.
ICC has today announced the formation of a new Legal Reform Advisory Board (LRAB) to support the legal harmonisation efforts of the ICC Digital Standards Initiative.
One step closer to the ultimate goal of establishing robust multilateral rules to truly democratize trade.
As the 2021 Internet Governance Forum (IGF) approaches, many hopeful attendees have been compelled to move their meetings, workshops and events online in face of the continued pandemic, reminding us of the enormous potential and opportunity the Internet and digital technologies bring.
ICC is set to represent the experiences and perspectives of its global network at the 2021 IGF taking place online and in Katowice, Poland, on 6-10 December.
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.
Data flows are at the heart of today’s global economy.
The Information For All hub will set up 4 ad-hoc working groups to advance the work on priority areas.
AI principles should enable business to implement innovative, trustworthy, and human-centric AI solutions as part of their operations.
ICC provided an update on the electronic ATA Carnet (eATA) pilot project as part of the World Customs Organization’s annual ATA/Istanbul Administrative council meeting.
ICC has welcomed the opportunity for further business engagement to address taxation challenges relating to the digitalisation of the economy but calls for increased collaboration to achieve global consensus agreement.