We are delighted to announce that ICC’s Ethics Compliance Training programme is ready for release. The aim of this ICC Ethics and Compliance Training is to provide companies with the knowledge and tools to design an anti-corruption training programme. The aim is to define the enterprise’s ethical values, to advise, encourage and motivate employees and to provide anti-corruption training for personnel. Please see the Table of Contents of the ICC Ethics and Compliance Training attached for information.
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ICC hails entry into force of WTO Trade Facilitation Agreement as “watershed moment” for world trade
The International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) has welcomed the entry into force of the World Trade Organization’s (WTO) Trade Facilitation Agreement (TFA) — a landmark global trade agreement which could provide a boost to global trade flows of over US$1trillion.
The International Chamber of Commerce organizes the 1st ICC European Conference on International Arbitration in Paris on 24 April 2017.
The ICC Commission on Marketing and Advertising has published final ICC Statement on Code Interpretation which is aimed at clarifying the age of “children” and “young people” for purposes of the ICC Code
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Lithuanian Business Confederation welcomed the plans of the new government to focus on high technology
Lithuanian Business Confederation welcomed the plans of the new government to focus on high technology, the development of new innovative technologies and stimulate scientific and business cooperation.
Paris, France, 18 November 2016- Scientists, industry-leaders and policy-makers gathered in Paris today to discuss the economic potential of resource efficiency, as well as its role in limiting global warming and putting the world on a more sustainable, equitable development track.
Practical seminar on international best practises in documentary credits, explaining current developments and issues related to interpretation of UCP 600 and revised ISBP 745E – the ICC rules for Documentary Credits.
A survey of international businesses undertaken by the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) United Kingdom, together with Hogan Lovells LLP, has revealed that 86% of respondents felt the UK should vote to stay in the EU, with only 8% of respondents stating that the UK should leave the EU.
Plagued by some of the highest levels of emigration in the European Union, plus reeling from Russian-imposed sanctions in a number of key sectors, the pace of Lithuania’s economic growth roughly halved in 2015, largely due to a downturn in the international environment. However, Valdas Sutkus, the President of Lithuanian Business Confederation, remains upbeat: “we did better last year than most EU member states”.