Intl. Chamber of Commerce (ICC)

International Chamber of Commerce website:  www.iccwbo.org

The International Chamber of Commerce is an advocacy group for international business, whose membership "groups thousands of companies of every size in over 130 countries worldwide [representing] a broad cross-section of business activity including manufacturing, trade, services and the professions." 

As of November 2004, its member companies include:

ABB; ABN Amro; Ahold; AIG; Akzo Nobel; Alcan Aluminium; AlliedSignal; American Express; Aracruz; AstraZeneca; AT&T; Ayala; Baker & McKenzie; Banco Bilbao Vizcaya; Banco Continental; BankBoston Perú (part of Bank of America); Baosteel Group (now Shanghai Baosteel); Barclays Bank; Barilla; Bata; BHP Billiton; Bridas; Bristol-Myers Squibb; British Aerospace (BAE Systems); British American Tobacco; British Gas (BG Group); British Telecom (BT); BSH Electrdomésticos (part of Siemens); Byucksan; Cadbury Schweppes; Canon; Cementos Mexicanos (Cemex); Chevron (part of ChevronTexaco); China Construction Bank; China Ocean Shipping Co. (COSCO); Chinese International Trust & Investment Corp. (CITIC); Chubb; Cia. Goodyear del Peru (part of Goodyear); Citigroup; Clifford Chance; Coca-Cola; Compañía de Minas Buenaventura; Corning; Corporación Rey; Courtaulds (part of Sara Lee); Credit Suisse; Danske Bank; Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu; Dentsu; Dow Chemical; Dragados y Construcciones; DSM; Du Pont de Nemours; Eastman Kodak; EDS; El Corte Inglés; Electrolux; Enron; Ericsson; Ernst & Young; ExxonMobil; FedEx; Fiat; Ford; Fuji; General Electric; General Motors; Georgia Pacific; GlaxoSmithKline; Gold Star; Guinness (part of Diageo); Hitachi; Hoogovens (part of Corus Group); HP; HSBC; Hyundai; Iberdrola; IBM; ICI; Industrial Bank of Japan; ING;  ITT; Jardine Matheson; Johnson & Johnson; JP Morgan Chase; Kajima; Kikkoman; KLM; Koç Holding; Kone; KPMG; KPN; Kraft Jacobs Suchard (part of Altria); La Caixa; LG Group; Lockheed Martin; Mars; Marubeni; MasterCard; Matsushita; Mattel; McDonald's; McGraw-Hill; MCI; McKinsey; Merck; Microsoft; Mitsubishi; Mitsui; Monsanto; Motorola; Nabisco; National Westminster Bank (NatWest) (part of Royal Bank of Scotland); NEC; Neste (part of Fortum); Nestlé; Netscape (part of Time Warner); Nippon Yusen Kabushiki Kaisha (NYK Line); Nissan; Nokia; Noranda; Norsk Hydro; Novartis; Occidental Petroleum; Olivetti; Oracle; Osaka Gas; P&O Nedlloyd; PepsiCo; Pfizer; Philips (Royal Philips Electronics); Pirelli; Polygram (part of Vivendi Universal); PricewaterhouseCoopers; Procter & Gamble; Qwest; Rio Tinto; Samsung; Sandoz (part of Novartis); Sara Lee; Sea-Land Services (part of A.P. Moller - Maersk); Seguros Fenix (part of Royal & Sunalliance); Seiko; Shell; Singapore Airlines; Sony; Southern Peru Copper (joint venture Grupo México; Cerro Trading; Phelps Dodge); Standard Chartered Bank; Swiss Bank Corp. (part of UBS); Tata Group; Telefónica de España; Tetra-Pak; Texaco; Texas Instruments; Thomas Cook; Thomson; 3M; Time-Warner; Tokio Marine & Fire; Tokyo Electric Power; Tokyo-Mitsubishi Bank; Toshiba; Toyota; Unilever; UBS; UPM-Kymmene; UPS; Valmet (now Metso); Verizon; Visa; Vivendi Universal; Volvo (part of Ford); Warner-Lambert; Waste Management; Westinghouse; Westpac Banking; Winterthur; Xerox

ICC's current list of selected member companies

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