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The American Chamber of Commerce to the EU (AmCham EU) speaks for American companies committed to and invested in Europe. AmCham EU brings together the expertise of 150+ member companies and follows 80+ policy issues at any point in time.

We strive to create a better understanding of EU and US positions on business matters and stand ready to provide the views of American business in Europe.

For any media enquiries, please contact Thibaut L’Ortye, Associate Director of Public Affairs (; +32 2 289 10 39).

  • American business concerned over unilateral US trade action

    2 Mar 2018
    Transatlantic Task Force
    US government plans to impose tariffs and limits on imports of steel and aluminium on the basis of national security, authorised under Section 232 of the Trade Expansion Act of 1962, would fail to appropriately address legitimate concerns regarding global overcapacity. It also risks a deterioration in transatlantic economic and political relations that could threaten jobs, investment and security on both sides of the Atlantic.
  • Member States should support free flow of data

    19 Dec 2017
    Digital Economy
    In today’s economy, small and large companies from all sectors rely on data to provide better products and services to their customers. The free flow of data is key to their ability to operate across Europe.
  • AmCham EU elects new Chairman

    12 Oct 2017
    All Committees
    The American Chamber of Commerce to the European Union (AmCham EU) announced today that Maxime Bureau, Head of Government Affairs, EMEA, 3M, has been elected as its new Chairman.
  • Industry groups call for a clear and predictable transitional arrangement in the Brexit process

    11 Oct 2017
    EU-UK Task Force
    Brussels, 11 October 2017 – A group of industry associations representing global companies operating in both the EU and the UK urge the Brexit negotiators to agree on a business-friendly and efficient transitional arrangement between UK’s exit and a new deal.
  • Digital tax: Unilateral EU action threatens growth

    26 Sep 2017
    The American Chamber of Commerce to the EU (AmCham EU) is concerned by the recent proposals from the European Commission and some Member States to introduce new measures to tax digital activities. These initiatives (which are without impact assessments) could both harm the competitiveness of the EU and jeopardise international efforts to tackle tax issues if they are not subject to very broad multilateral agreement.