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ICC presents electronic ATA Carnet at annual World Customs Organization meeting

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 presents electronic ATA Carnet at annual World Customs Organization meeting2020-11-25T11:22:03+01:00

How can ICC AOKpass reopen cross border travel and trade in the age of COVID-19?

ICC AOKpass, a risk mitigation tool developed by the ICC, is a scalable solution that enables governments and border authorities to reopen cross border travel safely and efficiently.

How can ICC AOKpass reopen cross border travel and trade in the age of COVID-19?2020-11-24T12:37:10+01:00

ICC welcomes G20 commitment on equitable distribution of Covid-19 vaccines; calls for emergency summit to deal with risks to real economy in early 2021

ICC has issued a statement following the conclusion of the annual G20 leaders’ summit.

ICC welcomes G20 commitment on equitable distribution of Covid-19 vaccines; calls for emergency summit to deal with risks to real economy in early 20212020-11-24T11:58:41+01:00

ICC Intellectual Property Roadmap to provide business guidance in ever-changing IP landscape

Our IP Roadmap is a comprehensive guide and overview of key intellectual property issues.

ICC Intellectual Property Roadmap to provide business guidance in ever-changing IP landscape2021-01-05T09:43:48+01:00

ICC calls for increased collaboration on digitalisation tax challenges

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.

ICC calls for increased collaboration on digitalisation tax challenges2020-10-16T17:00:32+02:00

New report calls for measures to support trade continuity in Sub-Saharan Africa

ICC has contributed to a new report by a consortium of multilateral development banks and trade research institutions, gauging the views of Sub-Saharan banks on the current response from multilateral development banks (MDBs) to maintain a well-functioning trade finance market.

New report calls for measures to support trade continuity in Sub-Saharan Africa2020-10-12T10:10:48+02:00

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