An initial set of six papers have been developed through a global drafting and vetting process – including input from ICC’s global membership of policy experts, ICC national committees worldwide, and feedback from our regional policy consultations. Additionally, ICC has developed key messages for policymakers and has collaborated with the World Economic Forum (WEF) and MEDEF to produce reports and recommendations on business policy for the G20 process.
The principal objective of ICC's G20 initiative is to develop constructive policy recommendations on key issues from a world business perspective.
ICC and WEF have formed a partnership to more robustly canvas business input into the policy development process and convey the gravitas of global business views. Working together, the two groups have melded together a broader package of policy recommendations for consideration by G20 leaders.
ICC has formed a joint task force with the World Economic Forum to more robustly canvas business input into the policy development process and convey the gravitas of global business views. More recently, ICC and WEF began coordinating efforts with the French Business Association, MEDEF, with the view that the B20 should reflect the opinions and recommendations coming from all different business task forces and present a consistent and coherent set of conclusions to the G20.