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The International Chamber of Commerce (ICC), the world business organization, has today launched the ICC Academy – setting a new standard for professional education. Delivered via a digital platform, the Academy will provide rigorous, relevant and applicable business education – encouraging individuals to reach their highest potential with respect to professional competency and ethical conduct.   The Academy is launched in partnership with International Enterprise (IE) Singapore, the government agency that promotes international trade and assists Singapore companies to inter
​ London, 29 October 2014 – While pirate attacks on the world’s seas have fallen for the third consecutive year, small tanker hijacks by armed gangs are escalating in Southeast Asia, reveals the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) International Maritime Bureau (IMB) in its latest piracy report.     IMB’s 2014 third quarter global piracy report notes a total of 178 incidents so far this year, down from 352 for same period in 2011. In the first nine months of 2014, pirates killed three crew, kidnapped five from their vessels and took 369 seafarers hostage. A total of 17 vessels
Geneva, 27 June 2014 – A global business leader and international diplomat, John Danilovich, has been appointed Secretary General of the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC). ICC’s World Council voted unanimously to approve Mr Danilovich’s appointment today in Geneva, following a recommendation by the ICC Executive Board. A selection committee appointed by the Board reviewed the qualifications of more than 300 candidates before selecting Mr Danilovich based on his impressive credentials in the international arena and extensive experience of trade related issues.   “John will be
London and Kuala Lumpur, 15 January 2014 – Piracy at sea has reached its lowest levels in six years, with 264 attacks recorded worldwide in 2013, a 40% drop since Somali piracy peaked in 2011, the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) International Maritime Bureau (IMB) revealed today. Just 15 incidents were reported off Somalia in 2013, down from 75 in 2012, and 237 in 2011.   IMB’s annual global piracy report shows more than 300 people were taken hostage at sea last year and 21 were injured, nearly all with guns or knives. A total of 12 vessels were hijacked, 202 were boarded, 22
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