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16/03/2022

Standards Toolkit for Cross-border Paperless Trade

 

We are pleased to share with you a new toolkit developed by ICC and the World Trade Organization to help companies and government agencies adopt available standards to accelerate the digitalization of trade processes.

 

The “Standards Toolkit for Cross-border Paperless Trade” – developed as part of ICC’s Digital Standards initiative – provides the international trade community for the first time with a comprehensive overview of existing digital trade standards that can be used to facilitate trusted, real-time supply chain collaboration and real-time data exchange.

15/03/2022

ICC & OECD Webinar

Competition Policy and Sustainability Cooperation Agreements

 

The International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) and the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) are delighted to invite you to this upcoming webinar: Competition Policy and Sustainability Cooperation Agreements

 

Date:

Thursday 31st March 2022

Time:

13:00 – 14:30 BST | 14:00 – 15:30 CEST | 08:00 – 09:30 EST

Platform:

 Zoom – Register Here

 

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03/03/2022

ICC Banking Commission

Use of Sanctions Clauses in Trade Finance

 

Following the escalation of sanctions on Russian businesses, individuals and financial institutions over the past few days, ICC has taken the decision to reissue the previous ICC guidance on the use of sanctions clauses in documentary credits in consolidated form.

 

To reiterate our core guidance:

Sanctions law and regulations are generally mandatory, and thus may override the ICC rules applicable to that instrument. As such, the addition of a clause, stating the bank’s commitment to respect such sanctions law or regulation applicable to it by law may be unnecessary and lead to confusion.

02/03/2022

2022 edition of the ICC Whistleblowing Guidelines

ICC has unveiled the newest contribution to its tools to help business stamp out corruption

 

Providing practical guidance to help enterprises establish and implement a Whistleblowing Management System, the guidelines are an update of the ICC Guidelines on Whistleblowing published in 2008, incorporating current experience and practice of ICC member enterprises across a wide range of sectors and jurisdictions worldwide. The 2022 edition also aligns with key international legal instruments as well as global standards and best practice such as the 2021 ISO 37002 Guidelines on Whistleblowing Management Systems and the 2019 European Directive on Whistleblower Protection, which is now being implemented by governments across Europe.

01/03/2022

Ukraine Conflict 

ICC Statement on Russia

 

Following the Russian incursion into Ukraine on 24 February, the International Chamber of Commerce has issued the following statement on behalf of the global business community.

 

ICC Secretary General John W.H. Denton AO said:

 

“As an organization founded to promote peace and prosperity by advancing international trade and the rule of law, we condemn Russia’s breach of international law in the strongest possible terms. We call on Russia to immediately cease military action, withdraw its forces from Ukraine and revert to diplomatic means."

02/02/2022

ICC Commission Report

Leveraging Technology for Fair, Effective and Efficient International Arbitration Proceedings

 

Global Launch | Friday 18 February 2022 | 15h CET

 

The Report will be presented by Working Group Lead Stephanie Cohen, along with members of the Working Group.

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