About The Islamic Chamber Research & Information Center
The Islamic Chamber Research and Information Center was incepted in 2002, based on a Memorandum of Understanding between the Islamic Chamber of Commerce and Industry and Iran Chamber of Commerce, Industries and Mines, to identify and analyze challenges and opportunities related to promotion of trade; to assist small & medium enterprises in OIC countries ; to organize seminars, workshops and training programs on economic issues ; to design training programs for the ICCI in different sectors ; to collect, compile and disseminate trade data among OIC Countries; to develop relations with other training and research institutions; to produce a wide range of reports, books and other publications...
TRAINING PROGRAMME ON FOREIGN EXCHANGE RESERVE AND RISK MANAGEMENT
Wednesday, 24 September, 2014
A training programme on Foreign Exchange Reserve and Risk Management in Istanbul, Turkey, on 29th September – 1st October, 2014, within the framework of OIC Central Banks Capacity Building Programme (OIC-CB-CaB), in collaboration with Istanbul School of Banking (ISB).
ICRIC VIDEOCONFERENCE WITH UNCTAD ON TRADE AND DEVELOPMENT REPORT 2014"
Sunday, 21 September, 2014
This year's Trade and Development report examines recent trends in the global economy, with a focus on growth, trade and commodity prices. The Report highlights that, six years after the onset of the global economic and financial crisis, the world economy has not yet established a new sustainable growth regime. With an expected growth between 2.5 and 3 per cent in 2014, the recovery of global output remains weak. Furthermore, the policies supporting the recovery are frequently inadequate, as they do not address the rise of income inequality, the steady erosion of policy space along with the diminishing economic role of governments and the primacy of the financial sector of the economy, which are the root causes of the crisis of 2008. Putting the world economy on the path of sustainable growth requires strengthening domestic and regional demand, with a reliance on better income distribution rather than new financial bubbles.
with the United Nations Multi-Partner Trust Fund, administered by United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), to finance recovery and reconstruction in Darfur, Sudan. It is the single largest donation of the State of Qatar to the United Nations.