ICC established the G20 CEO Advisory Group to effectively target G20 policy development on a global scale. The group's aim is to establish an enduring, legitimate voice of global business, to be recognized as the primary source of business expertise on the global policy agenda.
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ICC First Vice-Chairman John Denton, CEO of Corrs Chambers Westgarth, and members of ICC's G20 CEO Advisory Group met with G20 Leaders in Hangzhou, China, to press for a credible action plan to open markets, mobilize private sector capital and make it easier to trade internationally.
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ICC has been deeply engaged in the Business-20 (B20) process since the Seoul Summit in 2010, and has worked closely with B20 Turkey this year to formulate a set of 19 business recommendations. On 15-16 November 2015, G20 Leaders met in Antalya, Turkey, to outline a work program to determine further collective actions towards achieving strong, sustainable and balanced growth. Led by ICC First Vice Chairman Sunil Bharti Mittal and ICC Secretary General John Danilovich, members of the ICC G20 CEO Advisory Group met with world leaders to call for improved conditions for global investment and trade, reduced opportunities for corruption and creating a business environment that allows small and medium-sized enterprise (SMEs) to thrive.
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More than 1,400 business leaders and CEOs from 65 countries descended on Ankara for the 2015 Business-20 (B20) Conference. The three-day event marked the completion of the development of this year's B20 recommendations and provided an opportunity for the business community to share business priorities with government officials and build momentum ahead of the G20 Summit in Antalya in November.
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Deputy Prime Minister of Turkey Ali Babacan announced the official launch of the World SME Forum (WSF), a major new initiative to drive the contributions of small- and medium-sized companies (SMEs) to global economic growth and employment. The newly established WSF provides a direct channel for G20 Leaders to mandate greater attention to and support for SMEs and is founded through a partnership between the Union of Chambers and Commodity Exchanges of Turkey (TOBB), ICC and ICC's World Chambers Federation (WCF).
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ICC has been deeply engaged in the B20 Australia process and production of business recommendations. A delegation of 26 members of the B20 community representing 18 countries, as well as numerous international and national business associations, travelled to Sydney to participate in a series of G20/B20 meetings. ICC was represented at the Summit by ICC Chairman Terry McGraw and eight other members of the ICC G20 CEO Advisory Group.
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Over 350 international business leaders and CEOs descended on Sydney 16-18 July for the 2014 B20 Summit. For the fifth consecutive year, ICC CEOs held leadership positions in the B20 task forces and contributed significantly to the development of business recommendations head of the Brisbane G20 Leaders Summit in November.
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ICC G20 Newsletter - September 2016
ICC G20 Year End Reports
Inaugural meeting of B20 Turkey 2014
G20 Leaders Summit 2014 in Brisbane
B20 Summit 2014
G20 Summit in St. Petersburg (November 2013)
Business-20 Summit in St. Petersburg (July 2013)