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.
Creativity, connectivity and mutual benefit.
“The SME Exponential Race to Zero” is a new partnership of ICC and the Exponential Roadmap Initiative, with the support of the UNFCCC.
ICC convened a landmark Sub-Saharan Africa regional meeting bringing together participants from close to 20 African countries.
ICC Secretary General has issued a statement in response to the announcement that WTO Director General will step down from his position.
By enabling MSME participation in international trade we have an opportunity to limit economic losses, protect jobs and set strong foundations for renewed economic growth.
ICC Trade Register reflects on the impact of COVID-19 on global trade, while affirming trade finance’s decade-long low-risk profile.
ICC and WTO have issued a joint statement underscoring the crucial role trade and trade rules have to play in both the health and economic response to the COVID-19 crisis.
Many MSMEs throughout the world are currently facing severe threats to their continued viability owing to demand shocks, labour constraints and a shortage of available cargo routes.
The economic downturn caused by the pandemic will necessitate a significant rebuild. Leadership requires not only responding to the crisis at hand, but providing a clear vision of the future.
The International Chamber of Commerce, the institutional representative of more than 45 million companies, has responded to the conclusion of today’s virtual G20 leaders summit.
Only effective global cooperation can contain the potential human and economic toll of COVID-19.