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ICC envoy to UN presents recommendations on e-com at WTO

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Jun '19
ICC envoy to UN presents recommendations on e-com at WTO
Crispin Conroy, International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) permanent representative to the United Nations, recently presented global business community recommendations at the first round of World Trade Organisation (WTO) negotiations on trade-related aspects of e-commerce. In January, 77 WTO members announced starting plurilateral negotiations to establish e-commerce rules.

ICC has called upon its global network to form a working group on e-commerce to bring the perspective of business, especially micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs), to the negotiating table, according to an ICC press release.

The ICC Working Group on E-commerce is composed of more than 80 active member companies and trade associations worldwide. The Working Group spans firms across all industries participating in or affected by the digital economy, including content creators, e-commerce platforms, express shippers and payment providers. (DS)

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