24 July 2019: As national digital taxation proposals continue to emerge, ICC calls for governments
23 July 2019: The International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) sat down with Daniela María Rojas
18 July 2019: Article 6 of the Paris Agreement was the focus of attention at
17 July 2019: As part of the first instalment of A Day in the Life
17 July 2019: The International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) has published guidance on intellectual property
10 July 2019: The International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) Banking Commission has issued new electronic
9 July 2019: The Canadian Chamber of Commerce and the Torino Chamber of Commerce (Italy)
World trade is in large part dependent on the availability of reliable and cost-effective sources of financing. This means that banks and other financial institutions play a vital role in facilitating trade-led growth and development.
Developing effective regulations is essential to allowing business to contribute to economies and societies around the world, whether through competition law, taxation or energy regulation.
From micro-enterprises to multinational conglomerates, businesses in every sector and every region of the world are becoming increasingly dependent on information and communication technologies (ICTs) and a secure, stable and trusted Internet to carry out their daily operations.
At ICC, we recognise the economic and social benefits of diversity, while undertaking efforts to improve cultural and gender balances to benefit our own services and operations.
Over the past two decades, the role of business in global governance has become increasingly important. ICC works to inform international policy debates in intergovernmental institutions – ensuring that global policy frameworks work with business to drive growth and economic development.
Intellectual property (IP) systems have a vital role to play in spurring innovation and in giving companies large and small a range of tools to help drive success.
Responsible business conduct can help companies advance their management systems, attract investors, better manage supply chains and retain employees. That’s why companies worldwide are increasingly aware that doing business with integrity is the right way to do business.
ICC works to champion evidence-based policies to shape the multilateral trade and investment agenda as a driver of growth, jobs and development. We are the leading business voice in the World Trade Organization and other international forums – including the G20.