Our submissions to Government

Our mission is to keep Ireland the global location of choice for US invesment. We regularly communicate with the Irish Government and policy makers to advance this objective. 

National Cyber Security Strategy Public Consultation

AmCham Submission to the Internet Policy Division – Consultation,  Department of Communications, Climate Action & Environment 

Consultation on Height Guidelines within the Strategic Planning Zone in the Docklands

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Consultation on Height Guidelines within the Strategic Planning Zone in the Docklands 

The Strongest Link in the Chain Ireland's Global Cyber Security Leadership

As a key priority for every sector, with the capability of impacting every business size, the American Chamber strongly advocates for Ireland to position itself as a global cyber security leader: The Strongest Link in the Chain.

National Digital Strategy for Ireland

The American Chamber’s submission to the consultation on a new National Digital Strategy for Ireland

Ireland’s Transfer Pricing Rules Public Consultation

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 The American Chamber of Commerce Ireland’s priority is that Ireland remains a unique transatlantic trade and investment hub and an inclusive location-of-choice for talent and innovation with global impact.  
The Chamber has conferred with its membership and is grateful for the opportunity to engage in another important public consultation focused on ensuring the Ireland’s taxation code is certain, transparent and competitive. The modernisation of Ireland’s Transfer Pricing regime, in line with OECD Transfer Pricing guidelines, aligns Ireland’s taxation code to the evolving global standards.  

ATAD Implementation

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Considerations of our members on the implementation of Hybrid and Interest limitation rules.  

Comments on EU Commission’s Proposed Mandate for Negotiating Directives on Trade Talks with the US

The Transatlantic economy between the US and Europe remains critical to the success of corporate America, whether in manufacturing or service activities. By the same token, the U.S. market remains among the most important in the world for European and Irish firms. No two other regions in the world are as deeply integrated as the U.S. and Europe, with Ireland a key hub for the transatlantic economy that generates some $5.5 trillion in total commercial sales each year. Maintaining strong, open and stable trade and investment ties remains the goal of the American Chamber of Commerce Ireland.

Innovation 2020 Midterm Review

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The American Chamber of Commerce Ireland welcomes the opportunity to input to the Mid-term Review of
Innovation 2020 (I2020).