Publications

We publish regular reports and updates on key issues of importance to US companies in Ireland. In addition, we partner with our colleagues in AmChams Europe for European wide publications while we regulary produce special reports with the Irish Times to coincide with special occassions such as Independence Day and Thanksgiving. Check back here for regular updates.

Irish Examiner: US Business in Ireland 2016

PDF | 7 MB

A special report in the Irish Examiner in association with the American Chamber on the outlook for business in Munster.

TTIP and the EU Member States

PDF | 69 MB

Published by the World Trade Institute the report is an assessment of the economic impact of an ambitious Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership at EU Member State Level.

American Chamber of Commerce 2015 Report

PDF | 5.9 MB

This publication celebrates US investment in Ireland and the achievement of our members. It includes valuable information and insight for all those engaged in trade and investment between Ireland and the US

American Thanksgiving 2015

PDF | 2.5 MB

Special report in the Irish Times to cooincide with the Thanksgiving holiday. This report focuses on the outstandind successfrom US FDI in Ireland in 2015.

American Business in Ireland 2015

PDF | 19MB

The American Chamber's annual special report in the Irish Times, focussed on celebrating the 140,000 in US Companies in Ireland.

Ireland's Innovation Pathway

PDF | 936KB

Attracting Investment; Driving Economic Growth A Strategic report by the American Chamber on how Ireland's RD&I Ecosystem should develop to support the next wave of FDI.

Irish-US Economic Relationship 2015

PDF | 1.4MB

A comprehensive study on the size, scale and success of the US-Ireland Economic Relationship. This was researched and written by Wall Street Economist Joseph P. Quinlan.

Ireland: Global Location for Talent

PDF | 583KB

For Ireland to continue to succeed in winning FDI it is critical that the country is also able to attract and retain leadership and specialist talent in what is a highly competitive global market for skills. This report makes a series of recommendations to improve Ireland's ability to do just that.