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. 

Submission on Irelands Corporation Tax Code Jan 2018

Submission on The Consultation Paper on Ireland’s Corporation Tax Code. The American Chamber of Commerce Ireland’s priority is that Ireland remains a unique transatlantic trade and investment gateway and a location of choice for US inward investment to Europe. The contribution of Ireland’s corporate taxation environment to economic and employment growth has always been based on the certainty surrounding its rate, regime and reputation and it must continue to do so. 

Pre-Budget Submission 2018

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A Competitiveness Agenda to Future-Proof Ireland's Economy

Capital Plan Mid-Term Review

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Submission to the public consultation for the Capital Plan Mid-Term Review which identifies key priorities to maintain and enhance Ireland's competitiveness and to give Ireland the capacity to grow.

Consent, profiling, personal data breach notifications & certifications

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As part of the 2017 Action Plan of the Article 29 Working Party, the Office of the Data Protection Commissioner sought the views of stakeholders on consent, profiling, data breach notifications and certification, under the General Data Protection Regulation. The American Chamber of Commerce Ireland engaged extensively with its Data Group to convey the views of member companies on these important issues.

National Planning Framework: Ireland 2040

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This submission sets out the strategic context within which US firms operate in Ireland and identifies key priorities for the framework if the competitive position of Ireland is to be maintained and enhanced to give Ireland the capacity to grow.

Denominational Religion in the Schools Admissions Process

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The Chamber strongly supports moves to improve education access and remove barriers to school admissions as an integral part of policy seeking to strengthen inclusiveness within the country.

Network and Information Security Directive (NIS)

The American Chamber of Commerce Ireland has engaged extensively with its member companies on the various aspects of implementation of the Network and Information Security Directive (NIS).  The Chamber has reflected its stance in its response to the thirteen questions posed by the Department of Communications, Climate Action & Environment on the implementation of the NIS Directive.

GDPR Age of Consent

Submission to the Data Forum at the Department of An Taoiseach regarding the European General Data Protection Regulation on the age of consent.