ICC publiceert met grote regelmaat nieuwe richtlijnen, beleidsstandpunten, aanbevelingen, standaarden, rapporten en vertalingen van eerder uitgebrachte publicaties op het gebied van Arbitration and ADR, Banking, Commercial Law and Practice, Competition, CR & Anti-corruption, Customs and Trade Facilitation, Digital Economy, Environment & Energy, Intellectual Property, Marketing and Advertising, Taxation en Trade and Investment Policy. Hieronder lichten wij de meest recente uit:

1. ICC Policy Primer on Cybersecurity

This policy primer highlights some of the main cybersecurity issues and challenges that businesses and society are facing. It presents a non-exhaustive list as a starting point to identifying key issues, so that all stakeholders can work together towards effective solutions, outlines key areas where ICC and its members will develop further issue papers to provide further considerations, practical tools and policy recommendations for both private and public sector actors.

2. ICC Compendium of Antitrust Damages Actions

The ICC Compendium of Antirust Damages Actions provides a comprehensive overview of the complexities and intricacies associated with antitrust litigation across a wide range of key jurisdictions including Brazil, China, France, Germany, and the United Kingdom. It purports to help business understand the heightened risks they face of being sued for damages while raising awareness on the trends that will inevitably influence the international antitrust regulatory environment for the long term.

3. ICC Comments on the 2021 EU Consultation on Fair Taxation of the Digital Economy

ICC provided input underlying the need for global co-operation and co-ordination within the OECD Inclusive Framework. In the comments, ICC advocates for a consistent global tax system, founded on the premise that stability, certainty and consistency in global tax principles are essential for business and will foster cross-border trade and investment.

4. ICAO-ICC Joint Statement

With the ICAO-ICC Joint Statement, ICC acknowledges the centrality of international aviation in global economic and social development, its status as a vital enabler of travel, tourism and trade and its crucial importance in the movement of essential medical equipment and humanitarian aid.