Improving technology and knowledge flows can help countries attract foreign direct investment, enhance access to products that embody new technology and increase opportunities for technology partnering. But what can policymakers do to improve innovative capacity in their respective regions and how can they ensure that their actions translate into growth and job creation?
The International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) called on global business leaders to intensify discussions with G20 governments and to emphasize priorities for trade, investment and servicing small- and medium-sized enterprises (SME) to grow the economy and generate jobs.
The International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) has revised its DOCDEX rules, a dispute resolution mechanism specifically designed to address trade finance concerns. In addition to widening its scope to address any trade finance dispute, the new rules will also increase transparency and enhance time efficiency.
The Secretary General of the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC), the largest business organization in the world, has appointed Daniel Schmand of Deutsche Bank as Chair of the Banking Commission effective 1 May 2015 for a three-year term.
Front centre: Etienne Clementel with the merchants of peace
Members at the 1938 World Council meeting
58th session of the ICC Council in Paris on 21 October 1938
First session of the Preparatory Committee for an international trade organization held in London at Church House, Westminster 15 October 1946
From left - ICC Chairman Peter Wallenberg, US President George H W Bush, ICC Vice-Chairman and USCIB Chairman Joseph E Connor and USCIB President Abraham Katz at the White House 21 June 1990
Participants at the 20th Congress in New Delhi, India, February 1965