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For nearly 80 years, USCIB has provided American business with a voice in the global arena, bringing our members’ views to bear on major public policy issues in the United States, other countries and international organizations such as the United Nations, the OECD and the International Labor Organization.

Our unique advocacy platforms enable American companies to help shape the laws, rules and policies that directly impact their international operations. We also provide a broad range of services to assist companies, both large and small, in accessing foreign markets and doing business overseas.

USCIB maintains an extensive roster of issue specialists who can address a wide variety of topics. Visit our Policy & Program staff page for contacts for your next story or contact below:

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Press Releases

USCIB Celebrates International Day for Biological Diversity 2024 (5/22/2024) - New York, NY, May 22, 2024 — The United States Council for International Business (USCIB) celebrates International Day for Biological Diversity (Biodiversity Day) 2024 and recognizes the critical role that US businesses play as implementation partners to support the Kunming-Montreal Global Biodiversity Framework (KMGBF), also referred to as The Biodiversity Plan. The theme of this year’s Biodiversity Day 2024 is […]
USCIB Welcomes New and Reelected Trustees and Board of Directors for 2024-2026 (5/20/2024) - New York, NY, May 20, 2024 — The United States Council for International Business (USCIB) is pleased to welcome new members and congratulate reelected members of its Board of Trustees and Board of Directors for the 2024-2026 term.  New Trustees include:  Joaquin Duato, Johnson & Johnson Chairman & CEO  New Board of Directors include:  James Cascone, Deloitte Partner, Sustainability, Climate […]

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USCIB in the News

ICC Germany Magazine: Trade Lags Behind a Strong Transatlantic Partnership (5/21/2024) - ICC Germany Magazine published an article by USCIB’s President and CEO Whitney Baird discussing the good, the bad, and the uncertainty surrounding the outlook for the transatlantic partnership and the Trade and Technology Council (TTC). The article is in German.
USCIB in the Press: USCIB Webcast With KPMG Highlighted in Bloomberg Tax  (4/1/2024) - USCIB was highlighted in a Bloomberg Tax article on March 28 titled “OECD Mulls Using Risk assessment Tool for Global Tax Deal.” USCIB was mentioned in the context of a webinar that USCIB co-hosted with member KPMG.  

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Op-Eds and Speeches

US Funding of the OECD is Critical to US Global Economic Policy Influence (11/2/2023) - by Whitney Baird, USCIB President & CEO  As Congress debates on whether to maintain the current levels of funding for the OECD, USCIB urges Congress to maintain the current level of U.S. financial contribution and stresses that diminishing funding will have consequences for U.S. economic interests and the U.S. role in multilateral policymaking.   Congress must maintain the current level of […]
USCIB Member Spotlight: EY’s Marna Ricker Writes About Implementing Pillar Two (10/26/2023) - EY was a sponsor at this week’s USCIB-OECD International Tax Conference.  USCIB member EY’s Marna Ricker authored a post on “Implementing Pillar Two Requires Resources, Flexibility,” in which she discusses the critical phase of the global minimum tax project. She writes: “Like businesses, governments should be focusing on the practical aspects of applying and administering the new rules. “The G20-led project […]

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