ICC Poland

ICC Poland – the Polish National Committee of the ICC - is an association under the Polish law established in Warsaw on 21 March 2000 (KRS 0000061010).

The mission of ICC Poland is to represent on a global forum of the ICC the interests of the Polish business community and shape the global economic environment by promoting international trade and investment through a rules-based multilateral system.
Members of ICC Poland actively participate in the main areas of activity of the ICC: advocacy, rule setting and dispute resolution.

ICC Poland acts through sectoral commissions in the fields of: arbitration, ADR, banking, competition and intellectual property.

Currently ICC Poland has 24 member-organisations, including organisations representing enterprises of various sectors of the economy, chambers of commerce, banks and law firms.




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