ICC Committee on Air Cargo Transport
Comité du fret aérien d'ICC
1996, within the framework of B-XB1490 - International Chamber of Commerce (ICC). NOTE: As of Mar 2002, all ICC Commissions are undergoing important structural changes. Ceased to exist.
Bring together all relevant interests to initiate and oversee ICC activities pertaining to air cargo transport, in the belief that they can best serve world trade if allowed to operate on a commercial basis, free from protectionism and other forms of market-distorting government intervention. Promote: liberalization of air transport within the WTO; air cargo transport liability; facilitation of customs procedures; economically viable solutions to environmental issues; use of information technology.
Officers: Chair and Secretary.
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