||President warns of industrial unrest
The President of the American Chamber of Commerce Ireland warned that a Summer of Discontent on the Industrial Relations front could damage our economic recovery and our international reputation.
||Chamber Conversations- US Ambassador Kennard
In the latest edition of the Chamber Conversations series, US Ambassador to the EU William E. Kennard discusses the Transatlantic Economy and the prospects for a Transatlantic Trade & Investment Partnership.
||Ireland uniquely positioned to benefit from EU-US Trade Deal
A new EU - US free trade agreement would deliver GDP growth equivalent to providing every worker in Ireland with an extra year's salary over the course of their career, according to the American Chamber of Commerce in Ireland. The Chamber today published a paper entitled "The Transatlantic Opportunity: Why we need a Transatlantic Trade & Investment Partnership". The EU - US trade relationship is the biggest in the world with around €2 billion of goods and services traded every day between the
||Data: Protection, Regulation & Innovation
Minister for Justice, Equality & Defence Alan Shatter TD was key note speaker at a conference this morning entitled DATA: Protection, Regulation and Innovation. Organised by the American Chamber of Commerce Ireland the event heard from leading multinationals on how Ireland can exploit the opportunities presented by big data.
||Employment permit system reforms welcomed
The American Chamber of Commerce Ireland has welcomed the reforms to the employment permit system announced by the Government earlier today.
||Nypro create 200 jobs
The Chair of the American Chamber of Commerce South East Region, Pat Bruen, has welcomed today's news that Nypro, is to create 200 highly skilled jobs in a new medical device manufacturing facility in Waterford.
||Action Plan for Jobs 2013 Welcomed
The American Chamber of Commerce Ireland has welcomed the publication of the Action Plan for Jobs 2013, stating that its implementation could see further growth in the vibrant multinational sector.
||13 Reasons Why? FDI
Ireland's economy is growing & Ireland's economy is getting stronger. Why? F.D.I. this is 13 reasons why US investment will be good for Ireland in 2013
||US FDI Employment grows 15% since 2008
Employment in US Companies in Ireland grows almost 15% in past five years – a ‘stellar achievement’ given global economic conditions.
Competitive pressures remain, but outlook encouraging as Ireland works towards a sustainable fiscal and economic model
||eBay to create 450 new jobs
The American Chamber of Commerce Ireland has welcomed today’s news that eBay is to create 450 new jobs at an Operations Centre in Dundalk.
||EU-US Trade Deal Talks Welcomed
The American Chamber of Commerce Ireland has welcomed the announcement by US President Barack Obama during his State of the Union Address that talks are to commence to agree a new trade deal between the EU and the US.
||Finance Bill 2013 Published
The American Chamber of Commerce Ireland has welcomed certain provisions within the Finance Bill 2013, published today by the Department of Finance
||760 new places on ICT graduate skills conversion programmes
The American Chamber has today welcomed the announcement by Minister for Education & Skills, Ruairí Quinn T.D of the start of the second phase of the ICT graduate skills conversion programmes. The 2013 programme contains more than 760 new places that are being made available on 15 individual programmes in higher education institutions across the country.
||Peter Keegan Appointed President of American Chamber
Peter Keegan, Country Executive, Bank of America Merrill Lynch has been appointed President of the American Chamber of Commerce Ireland, the representative body of 700 US multinationals employing 115,000 people in Ireland.
||Vistakon invest €100m in Limerick
The newly appointed President of the American Chamber of Commerce Ireland, Peter Keegan, has welcomed today’s news that Vistakon, is to invest €100 million in the expansion of its manufacturing operations. The investment will see the creation of 100 new highly skilled jobs.
||Chamber thanks Ambassador Rooney
Statement on Ambassador Rooney
||Budget 2013 Response
The American Chamber of Commerce Ireland's response to the 2013 Budget.
||Thanksgiving - Minister Noonan
Minister Noonan Addresses American Chamber lunch
||Thanksgiving - Peter O'Neill
AmCham President Peter O'Neill Speech
||American Multinationals Celebrate Thanksgiving
American Multinationals Celebrate Thanksgiving and another strong year of US investment in Ireland.
Remaining attractive to Top Talent a key competitive too
||Corporate Social Innovation in Education
Speech by AmCham President Peter O'Neill
||President Obama Congratulated
The American Chamber of Commerce Ireland has today congratulated Barack Obama on his re-election as President of the United States of America.
||Chamber Conversations - Minister Richard Bruton TD
The Chamber Conversations Series will places key stakeholders of the US business community in Ireland in direct conversation with the membership of the American Chamber, in the form of webcasted interviews.
||Major FDI Report Launched
US Investment inflows to Ireland record strongest two year period on Record
US Multinationals now account for 26.5% of Ireland’s GDP
04 October 2012 The Irish-US Economic Relationship remains structurally sound and strong despite the deterioration in the global economic outlook over the past 12 months, according to a new report commissioned by the American Chamber of Commerce Ireland. US investment into Ireland in 2011 amounted to $30.5 billion, up 9% on the previous year and was the secon
||The Irish US Economic Relationship 2012
The Irish US Economic Relationship 2012