International Chamber of Commerce
Is a company: no
Is a proper noun: yes
Definition of International Chamber of Commerce
- A world business organization that brings business people and experts together to formulate policies in such areas as banking, taxation, and the environment
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- Banking services for large firms.
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- A company, either for-profit or non-profit.
- Commercial, industrial or professional activities undertaken by an entity.
- Economic activities of a given type.
- Commerce — Definition,
- The systems and activities that impact business and trade within a nation and abroad.
- Electronic Commerce — Definition,
- The purchase or sale of products and services through an electronic system such as the Internet.
- World Trade Organization (WTO) — Company Est. 1995,
➥ Deals with the global rules of trade between nations.
- An organization that promotes free trade between nations.
- International Organization for Standardization (ISO) — Company Est. 1946, Geneva, Switzerland,
- An international organization created to promote standardization around the world.
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- Commercial Banking — Definition,
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