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Investing in Europe’s recovery: forging the future

The European Commission put forward its Recovery Plan for Europe, setting out an ambitious fiscal stimulus package to build the European society of tomorrow. AmCham EU stands ready to play our part. Our vision brings together the expertise of all sectors in trying to find solutions to the current crisis. Out of a very difficult situation also lies the opportunity to build the Europe of tomorrow.

Check out our contribution in the areas of the Green Deal, the digital landscape, healthcare, trade and the Single Market.


Find out more about our response to the recovery plan

The COVID-19 pandemic continues to present an unprecedented challenge, and as the crisis evolves, new challenges emerge. There is a tough balancing act ahead of us, which requires management of the short-term economic impact of the health emergency, while laying the foundations for what is coming next. AmCham EU is here to support policy-makers during the entire recovery phase. We prepared sector-by-sector short-term recommendations for the recovery phase that include measures on healthcare, safety of work, fiscal stimulus, the Single Market, and fostering the right digital environment. Read them here.

Europe’s industry must focus on the post-carbon economy and rely on a digitally-literate workforce. 

The way our planet will look tomorrow will depend on how we will strike the right balance between economic recovery and environmental protection.

Europe must harness the transformative powers of the digital revolution.

The Single Market needs to adapt to a changing economy, evolving business models and transformational digital technologies.

Investment in sustainable health systems and innovation brings value to European citizens and the economy, building resilience and preparedness for potential future health crises.

Trade and investment are the engine of global growth. They bring significant benefits to consumers and businesses in Europe, the US and around the world.

The EU should increase funding in key areas such as human capital, research and innovation, environmental sustainability, deployment of digital technologies, modern infrastructure and best-in-class public procurement.