The International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) is the voice of the private sector within the UN, WTO, OECD, G20 and other international organisations. Its principal goal lies in promoting free trade and facilitating international investment.
Founded in 1919, ICC is the world business organization. Its members are organized in national committees.
With independent institutions such as the International Court of Arbitration, the Commercial Crime Service as well as by providing guidelines, which promote self-regulation (e.g. Incoterms®) and a vast number of publications on setting rules and standards in international trade, ICC supports the international trading system and facilitates the activites of companies.
- Developing global business policy views on key issues that affect the ability of companies to track and invest across borders
- Hosting events with recognized experts regarding practical issues in international trade
- Services of specialised institutions such as combating commercial crime or global dispute resolution services
- Hearing Centre for arbitrations in Paris
- Publishing of reference books
- Running the World Chambers Federation as a global Network of chambers of commerce, including the rules of ATA Carnets and Certificates of Origin
- Training & e-learning platform with ICC Academy
Visit the ICC's homepage here.