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Capital Investment Plan Welcomed
The American Chamber of Commerce Ireland, has welcomed today's publication by the Government of a new €27 billion Capital Investment Plan. The body, said that the plan showed a commitment to Ireland's future that will improve the country's attractiveness for Foreign Direct Investment (FDI).

Perceptions of US FDI
In a speech to the American Chamber members in Cork today, Eamonn Sinnott, President of the American Chamber outlined the results of a recent Red C opinion poll conducted for the Chamber which showed that over three quarters of the population believe US companies are critical to Ireland’s economic future. This is despite the fact that only 4 in 10 adults realise there are over 100,000 people working in US companies. In reality, the actual number of people working in US companies in Ireland is o

The Learning Edge Conference
September 17 2015, The Learning Edge: Industry Engagement in Education, a conference by the American Chamber of Commerce Ireland

Irish Youth Foundation Golf Classic
The Irish Youth Foundation is hosting a Charity Golf Classic, in partnership with the American Chamber of Commerce in Ireland

Congressman Brendan Boyle visits American Chamber
2 September 2015 Representative Brendan Boyle, the US Congressman for Pennsylvania’s 13th district was in Dublin today and spoke at a briefing on the business links between Ireland and his state. The briefing was hosted by the American Chamber of Commerce Ireland, who represent the 700 US companies located in Ireland.