DUSSELDORF, Germany — Members of the executive board of the Global Commerce Initiative voted here late last week on whether to join two other organizations in creating a new trade entity designed to set global priorities and standards to help the industry operate more efficiently. While results of the vote were not immediately available, industry sources said plans are still in place for two other groups — CIES and the Global CEO Forum — to vote on the same proposal in June, a strong ...
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