U.S. Council for International Business

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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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In the past, Merszei has worked as the executive vice president and chief financial officer of Alcan, a board member of the Chemical Financial Corporation, as well as a trustee and executive committee member of the United States Council for International Business.
Charles R (Rick) Johnston, director and senior vice president for international government affairs at Citigroup Inc (NYSE: C), is to become chair of the United States Council for International Business (USCIB) Trade and Investment Committee.
Signatories to the letter include the Confederation of British Industry, the United States Council for International Business and the Japan Foreign Trade Council.
On January 19 and 20, 2012, the Pacific Rim Tax Institute--co-sponsored by TEI's Santa Clara Valley Chapter as well as the Silicon Valley Tax Director's Group, Stanford Law School, United States Council for International Business, and the San Francisco Foreign Tax Club--held its second annual conference.
In the case of its use by an American business entity, the issuing party is The United States Council for International Business, with more than 300 multinational companies listed among its membership.
In recognition of his work as an advocate for manufacturing's role in the long-term economic vitality of the United States and for his commitment to international business growth through building trade and investment ties, The Dow Chemical Company (NYSE: DOW) Chairman and CEO Andrew Liveris was honored with the 2011 International Leadership Award by pro-trade organization the United States Council for International Business (USCIB).
Professor Slaughter's findings confirm what companies operating globally have long known: First, there are major opportunities for growth in overseas markets; second, to be close to your customers, you have to have a physical presence in these markets; and third, there is an integral, positive relationship between worldwide and domestic operations, meaning that success overseas leads to greater success at home," said United States Council for International Business (USCIB) President and CEO Peter M.
A leading voice on international trade issues, O'Hare is vice-chairman of the United States Council for International Business and has served as a member of the President's Trade Advisory Committee, chairman of the U.
NEW YORK -- The United States Council for International Business (USCIB), a leading pro-trade group, will present its 2004 International Leadership Award to Jean-Rene Fourtou, chairman and chief executive of Vivendi Universal (Paris Bourse: EX FP; NYSE: V).
He serves on the advisory board of the Center for Strategic and International Studies and the United States Council for International Business and is a member of the United States-Russia Business Council, the National Committee on the United States-China Relations and the Council on Foreign Relations.
O'Hare, chairman and chief executive officer of The Chubb Corporation, was today elected chairman of the United States Council for International Business, a leading pro-trade business group, by the organization's executive committee.
Marketing partners are BITS/Financial Services Roundtable, the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, the United States Council for International Business, the Business and Industry Advisory Committee, the Information Systems Security Association, the International Chamber of Commerce, the Northern Virginia Technology Council and the InfoDev Program of the World Bank.
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