The International Chamber of Commerce (ICC), Business at OECD (BIAC), and BusinessEurope, co-hosted an international tax conference to discuss the proposed approaches for addressing the challenges posed by digitalisation.
The International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) is bringing the voice of business at the World Trade Organization’s (WTO) negotiations for the use of electronic commerce (e-commerce).
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.
As the world business organization, ICC has proposed a framework of internationally established tax principles for consideration by policymakers and legislators around the world.
The IGF takes place under the auspices of the United Nations (UN) and is sometimes described as the world’s biggest digital policy incubator.
Digital transformations and technologies should be seen as an aid and not a hindrance to fair and efficient tax systems, argued participants at an international tax conference in Munich, Germany
In response to the European Commission’s proposed provisions for cross-border data flows in trade and investment agreements, ICC calls on EU member states to prevent digital protectionism.
ICC has appointed Diego Molano Vega to serve as the Chair and Ambassador for its Business Action to Support the Information Society (BASIS) initiative.
Recent months have seen governments around the world lay out proposals for taxing the digital economy.
Digital technology has been widely recognised as a vital tool to further sustainable development. But many people around the world still lack basic skills required to reap the benefits of the digital economy.
ICC welcomed today the formation of the new Multistakeholder Advisory Group (MAG) responsible for steering preparation of the annual Internet Governance Forum (IGF).
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