“International Business” Magazine
“International Business,” USCIB’s quarterly journal, provides essential insight into major trade and investment topics, a high-level overview of USCIB policy advocacy and services, USCIB member news and updates from our global business network.
Subscriptions to “International Business” are available free upon request to representatives of USCIB member organizations. Contact us to subscribe.
Non-members may subscribe to “International Business” and other USCIB print publications at an annual rate of $50 (U.S.) for domestic delivery, or $75 for overseas delivery. Contact us to subscribe. USCIB’s annual report, studies from the United States Council Foundation and related publications are included with your paid subscription.
Our free e-newsletter, “International Business Weekly,” provides regular updates on USCIB’s major activities and priorities.
We welcome outside submissions and inquiries regarding our publications as well as advertising in International Business magazine – special discounted rates for USCIB member organizations!
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Business in Society: Creating Shared Value – USCIB Annual Report 2018 – 2019
USCIB actively serves on the front lines of global policy, representing the views of American business around the world. In a year when many long-held expectations about international trade, investment and diplomacy were overturned, USCIB continues to advance American business objectives through its expert staff and USCIB’s unique network of global business organizations – ICC, IOE and Business at OECD. We are also actively pursuing the digitization of the ATA Carnet system, with the help of ICC and our service providers, the Corporation for International Business and Roanoke Trade Services. Meanwhile, The USCIB Foundation ramped up its research and education activities significantly through innovative projects to address the future of work, as well as inclusive multilateralism.
Find out more about our work and how we can help your company in our Annual Report.
Celebrating Seven Decades of Global Leadership
In 2015, USCIB turned 70. Since its founding, USCIB has held fast to the belief that open markets unlock society’s true potential, and that global problems are best resolved through inclusive deliberation at global institutions.
To celebrate its 70 years, USCIB published a timeline of historical highlights.