As the Brexit talks get underway today in Brussels, AmCham EU urges the negotiating parties to guarantee the continuity of comprehensive market access and alignment of customs codes between the EU and UK.
AmCham EU members regret the decision of the President of the United States to withdraw from the Paris Agreement. As American businesses invested in Europe, we remain committed to working together to tackle climate change, while creating jobs and growth. This can be achieved through a global framework engaging all players.
REACH regulation can impact business and investment decisions in Europe. AmCham EU believes that the analysis of such impacts should go beyond compliance costs and the REACH REFIT evaluation expected this year is a good opportunity to address it.
Where to next for the transatlantic economic relationship? How can the current success – as demonstrated by AmCham EU’s 2017 Transatlantic Economy report - be sustained in an increasingly competitive world?
On the occasion of the 10th anniversary of the establishment of the Transatlantic Economic Council (TEC), the American Chamber of Commerce to the EU (AmCham EU) underscores the continued value of transatlantic economic cooperation as a vehicle for jobs, growth and prosperity on both sides of the Atlantic.
The UK’s withdrawal from the EU is raising important questions for the US business community in Europe. American companies – who are heavily invested in both the EU and the UK – require certainty about the path forward for the new relationship.