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Budget 2016 - American Chamber says reduction in the tax burden is key to competitiveness in the international battle to retain and attract talent for Ireland
There are usually some common features to the series of great jobs announced by US Companies here. We can be assured of the presence of at least one Cabinet Minister and often the Taoiseach - this is a powerful demonstration of the commitment by Government to creating a world-leading environment for FDI.
The American Chamber of Commerce Ireland responding to today's ruling by the Court of Justice of the EU (CJEU) in the Schrems case has said that any uncertainty about companies' ability to transfer data to support global trade and investment activity could be potentially damaging.
The American Chamber of Commerce Ireland, the body that represent 700 U.S. companies employing 140,000 people in Ireland, has today welcomed the publication by the OECD of the final set of BEPS proposals.
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).
76% of Irish people believe US companies are critical to our economic future
here was a great turn out of education stakeholders from accross industry & education at our Learning Edge Conference. Attendees heard a range of interesting presentations and panels, please see a selection of these below.
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. Congressman Boyle, who is the only ‘first-generation Irish' member of Congress, was joined by his brother Kevin Boyle a member of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives.