Managing Institutions

World Chambers Federation (WCF)
The WCF is ICC's specialized division for its chamber of commerce members worldwide. All chambers that are ICC members are automatically also members of the WCF, whose membership covers most countries in this world. WCF also represents transnational CCI organizations at the WCN

Chambers and groups of chambers, at an international, regional, national or sub-regional level, can become members of the WCF. WCF members include chambers of commerce and industry, chambers of manufacturers, chambers of economy, and bilateral chambers of commerce. Through its extensive global support network, WCF enables chambers from all over the world to exchange experiences and improve their performance in areas such as finance, management and the development and promotion of services ©WCF
International Chamber of Commerce (ICC)  
ICC is the World Business Organization™. WCN's secretariat is located in the World Chambers Federation, ICC's specialized division for its chamber members worldwide.  

ICC  is the voice of world business championing the global economy as a force for economic growth, job creation and prosperity. Because national economies are now so closely interwoven, government decisions have far stronger international repercussions than in the past. ICC – the world's only truly global business organization -  responds by being more assertive in expressing business views. ICC activities cover a broad spectrum, from arbitration and dispute resolution to making the case for open trade and the market economy system, business self-regulation, fighting corruption or combating commercial crime. ICC has direct access to national governments all over the world through its national committees. The organization's international secretariat feeds business views into intergovernmental organizations on issues that directly affect business operations ©ICC
Chamber of Commerce & Industry of Paris (CCIP)
CCIP is one of the world's largest independent Chambers with over 300,000 members and over 4,000 employees, and a pioneer in the use of electronic services for digital trade. The CCIP offers a range of services adapted to company requirements.

The CCIP is led and managed by 64 elected officials: CEOs of companies of all sizes and in all fields of activity (trade, industry, services). Every year CCIP educational institutions train and educate over 13,000 young people, offering them skills recognized by companies. Immediately job-ready, close to 90% of them are hired within six months after graduation  ©CCIP






Global Organizations 

WTO ::. ::
World bank ::. ::
OECD ::. ::
European Commission ::.

UN Development Business ::. ::
World Custom Organization ::. ::
GIIC (Global Information Infrastructure  Commission) ::


Selection of Participating CCI Organizations

:: G77 (also a founding member of the WCN)...provides direct access to the markets in the developing world through its network of G77 Chambers of Commerce, trade organizations and government contacts.

:: Eurochambres
   .:: ACCE (US)    .:: Hispanic American CCIs


:: CACCI (Asia-Pacific) 

:: General Union of Chambers of Commerce, Industry and Agriculture for Arab Countries

   European Club of Main Chambers       Baltic Chamber Association

Technical and Strategic Alliances

:: Storm Computing Systems (Canada)    

:: Det Norske Veritas (DNV Norway)


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