USCIB formulates its influential positions in policy committees composed of business experts drawn from its membership of 300 global corporations, professional firms and industry associations. We advocate these positions to the U.S. government and to intergovernmental organizations with which our international affiliates have official consultative status on behalf of world business. Visit our Membership page to join.
Anti-Illicit Trade - The Anti-Illicit Trade Committee will take a comprehensive, multi-disciplinary approach, and public-private partnerships, to elevating the fight against illicit trade.
APEC Working Group - The Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Working Group advocates for open trade and investment in the Asia-Pacific region.
Arbitration - The Arbitration Committee serves as the North American contact point for the ICC International Court of Arbitration® and ICC’s dispute resolution services.
Banking - The Banking Committee increases the efficiency of global trade by promoting the standardization of international banking and commercial practices and procedures.
China - The China Committee monitors Chinese regulatory developments and engages with international organizations on issues greatly affecting U.S. business in China.
Climate Change & Energy - The Climate Change and Energy Committee supports the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change and represents American business interests at global climate negotiations.
Competition - The Competition Committee promotes international legal policies that favor an open and competitive environment for U.S. business.
Corporate Responsibility and Labor Affairs - The Corporate Responsibility Committee shapes the development of CR principles and increases awareness of business's positive social contributions.
Customs and Trade Facilitation - The Customs and Trade Facilitation Committee promotes eliminating trade barriers and harmonizing global customs and border procedures.
Environment - The Environment Committee promotes appropriate environmental protection and energy security integrated with open trade, investment and economic growth.
European Union - The EU Committee promotes the interests of U.S. businesses in Europe and advocates for unobstructed transatlantic trade and investment.
Financial Services - The Financial Services Committee promotes financial stability and an effective regulatory and supervisory framework for global financial markets.
Food and Agriculture - The Food and Agriculture Committee promotes an open and efficient global food system by providing industry expertise to governments and international forums.
Health Care - The Health Care Committee provides advice to intergovernmental organizations on the economic consequences of national health care policies.
Information, Communications and Technology - The ICT Committee advocates minimal government intervention and free information flows that ensure the continued growth of new technologies.
Intellectual Property - The IP Committee promotes a robust and effective intellectual property framework worldwide that is conducive to global trade and investment.
Marketing and Advertising - The Marketing and Advertising Committee furthers the interests of U.S. business with respect to international regulation of marketing, advertising and consumer issues, and promotes self-regulation to encourage the integrity of marketing, and as an alternative to unnecessary government intervention.
Product Policy - The International Product Policy Working Group ensures that U.S. products have timely access to markets around the world.
Taxation - The Taxation Committee promotes sound and consistent international tax policy and advocates against government policies that result in double taxation.
Trade and Investment - The Trade and Investment Committee advocates for opening global markets by eliminating barriers to trade and investment, spurring growth and job creation.