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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, Senior Content Adviser (; +32 2 289 10 39).

  • European Commission proposal for Country-by-Country Reporting

    12 Apr 2016
    While AmCham EU acknowledges the European Commission’s attempt to balance interests in their proposal for public Country-by-Country Reporting (CbCR), we remain concerned that the proposal could have a potentially negative impact on EU competitiveness and attractiveness as an investment destination.
  • A Testing Time for the Transatlantic Economy

    21 Mar 2016
    Trade & External Affairs
    Transatlantic Task Force
    Communications and Marketing Group
    Both economies remain largely out of sync at a time when closer transatlantic coordination is needed.
  • AmCham EU supports gender diversity in the workplace

    8 Mar 2016
    Diversity and Inclusion Task Force
    On the occasion of International Women’s Day and this year’s theme of stepping up measures to deliver greater gender parity, AmCham EU would like to reiterate its support for gender diversity in the workplace.
  • Business Alliance for TTIP reiterates importance of ambitious TTIP deal

    22 Feb 2016
    Trade & External Affairs
    Transatlantic Task Force
    Brussels, 22 February 2016 – The 12th round of negotiations for a Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) agreement between the EU and the US takes place from 22-26 February 2016 in Brussels. Ahead of this critical round, the Business Alliance for TTIP – which represents key industry associations and was formed in 2013 – reiterates its strong support for a comprehensive TTIP deal that could boost growth, competitiveness and jobs on both sides of the Atlantic.
  • TTIP - Une récente étude stipule que le TTIP serait source d’avantages sociaux-économiques pour la France

    19 Feb 2016
    Trade & External Affairs
    Transatlantic Task Force
    Paris, le 19 Février 2016 – Le partenariat transatlantique de commerce et d’investissement (TTIP) pourrait apporter une série d’avantages socio-économiques aux citoyens et entreprises françaises, tel que le souligne une nouvelle étude du World Trade Institute (WTI) de l’Université de Bern. La présentation de l’étude s’est déroulée à Paris Mercredi 17 Février 2016 sous la forme d’une table ronde organisée par Euractiv France et AmCham EU. Les exportations françaises pourraient croitre de 23%, le PIB augmenter de façon continue et les prix à la consommation diminuer. La production agricole serait également impactée à la hausse grâce à une augmentation de la demande des consommateurs américains pour les produits français.