What is an ICC National Committee?
ICC is an association of autonomous and independent national committees. The ICC World Council has to approve the affiliation of all new national committees.
A national committee is made up of companies and business associations with international business interests. It is represented on the ICC World Council and participates in ICC work internationally by appointing business leaders and experts from its membership to ICC governing bodies.
National committees work with their members to address the concerns of the business community and to convey to their governments the business views formulated by ICC. Representation of their country’s business interests to ICC enable ICC to strive towards achieving a global business consensus on issues and practices of bottom-line importance. The ICC global network gives members access to companies and organizations worldwide – a unique global policy development and advocacy platform.