U.S. Council for International Business

U.S. Council for International Business

Also called the USCIB. An organization that promotes American businesses. It lobbies the U.S. government, the World Trade Organization, the OECD and other organizations for favorable legislation and regulation. It also provides dispute resolution services for members. The USCIB is an affiliate of the International Chamber of Commerce. It is based in New York and maintains an office in Washington, D.C.
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Some years ago, when the effort was first proposed, the U.S. Council for International Business worked closely with the International Chamber of Commerce to amend language that would have supported bans, restrictions, and other actions against chemicals based solely on the hazards they manifest.
Both O'Flaherty and Timothy Deal, senior vice-president of the U.S. Council for International Business, spoke at an Oct.
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Thomas Niles, president of the U.S. Council for International Business, has been pursuing this path, meeting with senior officials in the Justice Department.
Adam Greene, director of environmental affairs and corporate responsibility at the U.S. Council for International Business in New York City, says the ease of communicating globally has given multinationals an efficient and cost-effective means to disseminate company policy.
According to Timothy Deal, senior vice president of the U.S. Council for International Business, a private-sector trade organization based in Washington, D.C., the directive to explore mitigating options is but one example of how the guidelines extend the environmental review's reach beyond the intent of the executive order.
The U.S. Council for International Business is playing a central role.
Richard Hammer, partner of Price Waterhouse in New York and member of the U.S. Council for International Business, said the most current data requirement and the need to disprove other methods "represent a financial burden far in excess of any reliability that could be obtained" from the penalty provisions' implementation.
The United States delegation consists of the Secretaries of Labor and State, a representative from the AFL-CIO, and one from the U.S. Council for International Business.