The International Court of Arbitration of the ICC won the award for Equal Representation in Arbitration Pledge Award from the annual Global Arbitration Review Awards ceremony last week.
ICC has announced four appointments to lead the work of its Global Environment and Energy Commission.
More than 118,000 pieces of equipment were temporarily imported into China for 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics and Paralympics thanks to the use of ATA carnets.
Following reports that the World Trade Organization is to cut the outlook for trade growth in 2022 by half, ICC has issued the following statement.
ICC and the FAO have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to strengthen their partnership and boost public-private collaboration.
The International Chamber of Commerce (ICC), with the support of ICC Ukraine, has announced the launch of an ICC Centre of Entrepreneurship for Ukraine to strengthen the resilience of Ukrainian SMEs and support refugees.
ICC has announced plans to convene a major virtual conference following the spring meetings of its Global Banking Commission.
A new paper from the ICC WFC of Origin Council calls on all economies negotiating Preferential FTAs to ensure that the Rules of Origin Chapter provisions include an equivalent multi system.
ICC and the OECD have signed a MOU to strengthen cooperation in areas of mutual interest in order to promote sustainable economic growth, revive global trade and advance the transition to a green economy.
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.
In a joint statement issued today, ICC and the United Nations Refugee Agency (UNHCR) commended the courage of staff of UNHCR, ICC Ukraine and the Ukrainian Chamber of Commerce caught up in the conflict.
During a keynote speech at Tel Aviv Arbitration Week, ICC International Court of Arbitration President Claudia Salomon has warned that the “magnetic pull” of international arbitration may mean that other dispute resolution tools are not being sufficiently considered.