As society struggles with the disruptions caused by the pandemic, business leaders have needed to build resilience to emerge stronger. USCIB’s unique positioning in the multilateral system has enabled us to find opportunities to help businesses succeed and be part of the solution to the most pressing challenges of our time. We do this by leveraging our unique membership in the world’s leading and largest business organizations—the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC), the International Organization of Employers (IOE) and Business at OECD (BIAC)—and multiple gateways and connections built over many decades. Our global network ensures business is a full partner in addressing challenges such as climate change, digital transformation, diversity and inclusion, and workforce and skills.
Find out more about our work and how we can help your company in our Annual Report.
“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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