USCIB Shapes International Policy and Advances Global Trade

Leveraging a powerful network of affiliates, USCIB advocates, facilitates and serves as a proactive resource for our members.


USCIB Mission to Geneva Targets UN Agencies
In an effort to ensure inclusivity and transparency of international policy deliberations for business at the UN, USCIB organized a Geneva “door knock” meeting to UN and multilateral institutions

International Engagement


OECD Tax Conference: Global Challenges in U.S. Tax Reform
Months after the passage of the most fundamental U.S. tax reform law in over 30 years, what will the impact be on global companies? This is just one of the many questions to be discussed at a major OECD conference.

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Donnelly Defends Strong Investment Protections at UN
USCIB Vice President for Investment Policy Shaun Donnelly was on the front lines defending international investment protections, and Investor-State Dispute Settlement (ISDS) specifically, at the United Nations in New York City.

Trade and Investment



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No other American business organization provides its members with better access to key intergovernmental bodies worldwide.

USCIB Advocates

USCIB advocates for international regulatory regimes that recognize the essential role business plays in building a prosperous global economy and by applying American business ideas to major world challenges…

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USCIB provides a suite of trade related products and services which can help businesses save time, save money and gain the knowledge necessary in order to compete effectively in the global marketplace…

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USCIB in the Field

USCIB Delegation Contributes to Extending a Global Pact on Chemicals

A global framework for chemicals that was to end in 2020 will be extended and include the sound management of associated industrial waste, government officials from around the world agreed at a summit in Stockholm which ended Thursday, March 15. The meeting, hosted by the Swedish government and attended by representatives of UN member states, NGOs and business and industry, aimed to draw up a global strategy for managing waste and chemicals based on agreed international standards.

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