USCIB


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AcronymDefinition
USCIBUS Council for International Business
USCIBUS Communications Intelligence Board
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Staff at the USCIB, however, stated that multinationals are powerless to affect labor rights and that it is ultimately the role of local governments to uphold labor laws.
Today, Price represents the USCIB as well as corporate clients.
He returned to Sullivan & Cromwell after 1992 and became chair of the US industry expert group at USCIB, where he became a leading advocate for the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development's ill-fated Multilateral Agreement on Investment, designed to spread this expanded property rights for investors worldwide.
Buoyed by their superior organization and key role in letter of credit operations, banks have emerged as the primary force behind the articulation of letter of credit practices, particularly in the UCP, which represents the "understandings and practices of internationally active bank [letter of credit] departments on a worldwide basis."(241) Not surprisingly, when the time came to restate letter of credit practices in the form of the UCP 500, the task fell primarily to banking association representatives, including a USCIB representative, who served on the International Chamber of Commerce's Commission on Banking Practice and Technique.(242)
(USCIB), an industry association composed of domestic and international banks, indicated that it could not support the revision as it was.
Countries are always being added to the carnet system, so travelers should check with the USCIB if the country they wish to visit is included in this list.
(61) See comments of American Association of Exporters and Importers (AAEI), Business Alliance for Customs Modernization (BACM), Information Technology Association for America (ITAA), United States Council for International Business (USCIB), and others, http://www.rulemaking.gov, Docket ID USCBP-2007-0100.
The basic objective of USCIB was an international investment regime that would provide consistent and enforceable rules to maximize its operating flexibility in host countries.
443,446-48 (1996) (discussing development of the USCIB standards).
Council on International Banking (USCIB) is attempting to add clarity and precision to L/C operations and reduce errors and omissions that may be occurring under UCP 400.
Council for International Business (USCIB) argues against this position, saying it could require that U.S.
Greene, Vice President, Labor Affairs and Corporate Responsibility, USCIB, January 18, 2007, echoing the conclusion of a number of studies by the presidentially appointed Tripartite Advisory Panel on International Labor Standards (TAPILS), a research group made up of the USCIB, the AFL-CIO, and the U.S.