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ICC United Kingdom Secretary General discusses the need for updated digital trade rules in the latest issue of World Trade Matters

Writing for the Institute of Export and International Trade’s professional journal, World Trade Matters, Chris Southworth, ICC United Kingdom Secretary General, explains why digital trade rules – which haven’t been updated at the WTO since 1998 – should be reformed at the international level. Digital trade is key to enabling SME growth and access to …

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In the Financial Times, John WH Denton, ICC Secretary General, encourages WTO reform and sustainable trade rules

Writing for the Financial Times, John WH Denton, International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) Secretary General, remarked that the current rules-based multilateral trading system has created unprecedented job creation and poverty alleviation. Following the US administration’s decision to impose steel and aluminium tariffs on its trading partners, Denton warned of the dangers of not keeping protectionist …

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ICC UK’s Sir Mike Rake discussing Brexit on the BBC Radio 4 Today Programme

Sir Mike Rake, Chair of ICC United Kingdom, appeared early this morning on BBC Radio 4’s Today Programme. Interviewed by presenters John Humphrys and Sarah Montague, Sir Mike was first questioned on broadband investment and connectivity, and proceeded to discuss the importance of transitional arrangements and being “intensely practical” while the UK negotiates trade agreements …

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