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ICC

(1) See ICC profile.

(2) (Integrated Circuit Card) A credit card-sized or smaller module that contains a CPU and memory. See smart card and ICCID.
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International Code Council (ICC)

An organization that is the consolidation of the BOCA, ICBO, and SBCCI.
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The International Chamber of Commerce was immediately included as one of the most important advisory organizations.
The International Chamber of Commerce with headquarters in Paris, is a UN recognised non-governmental organisation that takes part as observer in various international dialogues and organises top conferences and seminars dealing with business topics, besides its highly dependable Court of Commercial Arbitration.
The International Chamber of Commerce (ICC), a Paris-based group that settles cross-border business disputes, in December ordered Venezuela to pay Exxon $908 million in compensation for lost revenue from the nationalised Cerro Negro project.
A team from the Arbitration Committee plans to visit the Paris headquarters of the International Chamber of Commerce and the International Commercial Court to discuss ways to boost the skills of arbitrators and lawyers and hold workshops on arbitration issues.
The Iran Times asked the International Chamber of Commerce if it had received a complaint from Iran.
International Chamber of Commerce Honorary President Victor Fung said at the signing ceremony that companies in Hong Kong were aware of Turkey's importance, adding that a prominent chain of hotels would open its first hotel in Istanbul in the coming months.
The third meeting of the Regional Consultative Group of the International Chamber of Commerce for the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) kicked off on Wednesday, hosted by the International Chamber of Commerce-Jordan (ICC-Jordan).
Amman, April 20 (Petra) -ACAo The third Meeting of the Regional Consultative Group of the International Chamber of Commerce for the Middle East and North Africa kicked off on Wednesday in Amman, hosted by the International Chamber of Commerce-Jordan (ICC-Jordan).
A report recently released by the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) on combating counterfeiting and piracy stated that the global economic and social impact of counterfeiting and piracy will reach $1.7 trillion by 2015 and put 2.5 million legitimate jobs at risk each year.
Chairman of the International Chamber of Commerce in Syria, Abdul-Rahman al-Attar, said the symposium is a fruit of cooperation between the Syrian and Jordanian International Chambers of Commerce aimed at transferring international expertise and facilitating work in the business and trade environment.For his part, Chairman of the International Chamber of Commerce in Jordan, Mohammad Asfour, underscored the importance of the constant development of demand guarantee rules to keep pace with the developments in the commercial and banking business.
Summary: The International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) welcomes the commitment of the Seoul G20 Summit to complete the Doha Round by 2011 and other measures to ensure that trade can make a meaningful contribution to the global economic recovery and job creation.
(YEPC), a JV of Hunt Oil and ExxonMobil, in late 2005 filed arbitration at the Paris-based International Chamber of Commerce against San'a' over its removal as operator of Block 18 in Ma'reb/Jawf and its replacement by a Yemeni firm called Safer Exploration & Production Operations Co.

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