ICC sits with global businesses to prepare for G20 Summit
The International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) consulted with companies from around the globe in Mexico City this week to consolidate positions on a host of issues for delivery at the upcoming G20 Summit.
Participants at the ICC G20 Advisory Group meeting that took place on the sidelines of the World Chambers Congress in the Mexican capital included Maria de Lourdes Aranda Bezaury, undersecretary of foreign affairs of Mexico, Harold McGraw III, vice-chairman of ICC and other chief executives and chambers of commerce leaders representing businesses large and small.
The G20 Advisory Group is channelling its efforts ahead of the G20 Summit to be held in Cannes, France, on November 3-4 to ensure that the interests of the private sector are taken into account by the G20 leaders in trade, economic growth and job creation.
“Getting input and recommendations straight from the private sector which is creating jobs and opportunity around the world is crucial for the economic success of the upcoming G20 Summit,” said McGraw, according to a statement of ICC.