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Transatlantic Week 2021
The American Chamber of Commerce to the EU (AmCham EU) is hosting its Transatlantic Week 2021 on Wednesday 24 March to Friday 26 March. The discussion will focus on the prospects for ‘Global leadership: A transatlantic opportunity'. Over three days, the conference will bring together high-level decision-makers and thought leaders from government, business, academia and civil society on both sides of the Atlantic to explore and share perspectives for a new transatlantic partnership.
There are high hopes and expectations for the transatlantic partnership in 2021 with a new administration in the US and talks of a reset when it comes to EU relations. Both sides are sending signals in favour of an increase in cooperation and support towards multilateralism. As we prepare to put 2020 behind us, the pandemic’s economic consequences will continue to be felt throughout 2021. Future international stability relies on the EU and the US to lead strong joint approaches to global challenges. Such leadership is also expected in order to rebuild a world economy that has been devastated by the impact of COVID-19 as well as to ensure future healthy and sustainable societies. The EU and the US must work together to digitally transform societies, tackle climate change and uphold a rules-based global order.
The Transatlantic Week has always been about bringing people together from both sides of the Atlantic to discuss the future of the transatlantic relationship. We feel that in the current circumstances we are not able to meet this goal.
The Transatlantic Economy Report 2021 will be launched during the event. This annual report presents the most up-to-date facts and figures about the EU-US economic relationship.