The International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) was founded in Paris in 1919 and today is the world’s largest business organisation with over 6.5 million members – companies and associations – and a network of 3000 experts in more than 130 countries.
ICC promotes international trade and investment, shapes responsible business conduct and a global approach to regulation through a mix of policy advocacy, standards and rules setting and the provision of world class dispute resolution services.
ICC is the voice of the international business – through its expert members who provide the stance on broad issues of trade, investment and development. These views are shared with the most important global organisations, such as the United Nations – where the ICC has a consultative status through its permanent representative at the UN headquarters in New York, the World Trade Organisation with which the ICC closely cooperates and the G20 to which the ICC acts as a primary interface between business and the governments and central bank governors of the most powerful economies.
All ICC’s activities have been underpinned by the belief that strengthening commercial ties between nations is a powerful force for peace and prosperity. The mission of ICC today is to promote trade and investment across frontiers and help businesses meet the challenges and opportunities of globalisation.
ICC POLICY COMMISSIONS
ICC commissions are specialised working bodies composed of business experts with a goal to:
The specialised ICC commissions operate in the field of:
ICC TOOLS FOR BUSINESS
In order to facilitate business ICC offers a wide selection of services, such as:
Sekretariat Generalny ICC Poland
Biuro Związku Banków Polskich
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