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Latest Press Releases from the American Chamber of Commerce Ireland.

 

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84% of Irish people believe US companies are critical to Ireland's economic future

71% of Irish people surveyed by iReach for the American Chamber believe the high quality of our workforce is the main driver in attracting US investment, 55% believe US businesses are more inclusive and diverse workplaces compared with other companies based in Ireland.

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American Chamber honours Ray Stata, Co-founder of Analog Devices

The American Chamber of Commerce Ireland, the representative body for US companies in Ireland and their partners, has honoured Co-founder of Analog Devices, Ray Stata with the Chamber’s Lifetime Achievement Award in Limerick on 11 June, 2018.

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Ireland’s global footprint

The American Chamber today welcomed the Government’s planned expansion of Ireland’s global footprint with the announcement of 7 new Embassy or Consulate Missions in Europe, Asia, North Africa, Africa and North America. The American Chamber particularly welcomes the announcement of a new Mission to Los Angeles, which will compliment diplomatic Missions already in place in a significant number of US cities.

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Multinational-led qualification begins in September as demand takes-off for Global Business Services roles in Ireland

According to new research by jobs search engine Indeed, Ireland is becoming a global centre for roles with cross-functional job titles such as Operations Associate (up 121%), Programme Manager (up 118%), Risk Manager (up 101%), Senior Technical Support (up 94%) and Data Analyst (up 70%). In total, vacancies posted on the site classed as ‘Global Business Services roles’ are up 52.3 per cent since the start of 2017.

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Chamber says negotiation is needed to avoid escalating trade tariffs between the US & the EU

The American Chamber of Commerce Ireland has called for the EU to intensify negotiations with the US to avoid a tit for tat response to the introduction by the US of trade tariffs in relation to steel and aluminium.

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US tariffs on steel and aluminium

The American Chamber of Commerce Ireland supports American Chamber EU’s call for the EU to receive a permanent exemption from any US government plans to impose tariffs on steel and aluminium. Speaking about the issue, Mark Redmond, Chief Executive of American Chamber Ireland said, “We agree with AmCham EU’s statement that the EU and the US should be working together to tackle issues such as global steel/aluminium overcapacity and unfair trading practices. We also support AmCham EU’s view that with growth on the increase in Europe and the US, now is the time to focus on a positive agenda that further strengthens our economies.

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US-Ireland Research Innovation Awards 2018 announced

Xilinx, Connect Centre for Future Networks, and Oxymem overall winners of the 2018 US-Ireland Research Innovation Awards

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Statement on EU Digital Tax

On the upcoming proposals from the European Commission for a Digital Tax on EU turnover, the American Chamber puts forward the following points regarding the basis underpinning the proposals