Submissions

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. 

European Data Protection Board

American Chamber of Commerce Ireland submission to the EDPB consultation on Recommendations 01/2020 on measures that supplement transfer tools to ensure compliance with the EU level of protection of personal data 
 

National Development Plan

Response from the American Chamber of Commerce Ireland to the Department of Public Expenditure and Reform’s public consultation of the National Development Plan 

OECD/ G20 Inclusive Framework Report on Pillar I and Pillar II Blueprints

Response from the American Chamber of Commerce Ireland to the OECD Public Consultation Document 
 

Pre-Budget Submission 2021

Submission to Government in advance of the presentation of Budget 2021 & the National Economic Recovery Plan 
 

Revenue’s Statement of Strategy 2021-2023

Our members are committed to playing their part in the economic recovery. We welcome the opportunity to comment the Statement of Strategy that will guide Revenue through the double challenge of COVID 19 and Brexit

Statement of Strategy for the Department of Further and Higher Education, Research Innovation and S

The American Chamber of Commerce Ireland (the Chamber) appreciates the opportunity to share our views on the Statement of Strategy for the Department of Further and Higher Education, Research Innovation and Science Draft. We commend the Government on the creation of the Department and its recognition of the importance of interaction between research, science and innovation ecosystems. We hope that this Department will be an opportunity to create economies of scales and to efficiently bring people together to innovate.   

Establishing a Framework for Screening of Foreign Direct Investments into the EU

 The Chamber recognises that this is an important step in ensuring a balanced and  proportionate Irish framework in line with investment screening mechanisms across EU  Member States. The correct implementation of the Regulation will ensure that Ireland will  continue to be the location of choice for foreign direct investment, based on compelling  market based principles, while complying with our obligations under international law and responding to valid public policy concerns across Europe.