The International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) has welcomed the announcement of a first phase trade deal between the United States and China.
ICC has today published a landmark paper calling on World Trade Organization (WTO) Members to permanently prohibit the imposition of tariffs on cross-border data flows.
The rulebook we have for international trade is ill-designed to cope with the disruptions of our digitalised and complex world, or to share the benefits of globalisation in an more equitable way.
ICC has launched Incoterms® 2020, the newest edition of the renowned trade terms for the sale of goods, providing certainty and clarity to business and traders everywhere.
ICC SG John W.H. Denton AO said: “With Tom adding to our presence at ICC Belgium, we aim to bolster our communication and collaboration with the EU community"
G20 - ICC: "International cooperation is vital to tackle global challenges that transcend borders – from climate change to growing inequalities."
Writing in an opinion editorial in today’s edition of the Australian Financial Review, International Chamber of Commerce Secretary General John W.H. Denton AO says delivering substantive results on trade reform at this weekend’s G20 Osaka Leaders Summit would help defuse trade tensions and safeguard the rules-based global economic order.
Since the platform’s launch, representatives from more than 50 businesses, 14 think tanks, and 6 multilateral organisations participated in the debates.
Business views are vital to enriching global policy and decision making processes.
The first digitally-enabled dialogue on the future of the multilateral rules-based trading system will be extended until 1 March 2019, allowing companies and think tanks, supported by multilateral institutions, to pursue the ongoing debate on world trade reform.
ICC’s position on the Brexit is driven by the practical need to minimise the disruption inherent within the divorce process.
ICC has issued the following statement in response to a recently leaked draft US Fair and Reciprocal Tariff Act that would permit unilateral tariff hikes and abandon core principles of World Trade Organization (WTO) rules.