International Chamber of Commerce Meaning in Cambridge Business English Dictionary
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Meaning of "International Chamber of Commerce" - Business English Dictionary

International Chamber of Commerce

noun
 
 
( abbreviation ICC)
COMMERCE an organization whose aim is to make sure that international trade is based on clear rules, and to support world trade. It was established in 1919 in Paris. →  Compare the British Chambers of Commerce , Incoterm
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