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.
AmCham Submission on the National Risk Assessment Submission
The American Chamber of Commerce Ireland (AmCham) welcomes the European Commission’s renewed commitment to Knowledge Valorisation. The Covid-19 pandemic has shown that R&I investments are critical for tackling global challenges and that responding to complex, systemic challenges requires multilateral cooperation, efficient use of knowledge, and unified responses at the EU, national, and international level. The recovery, resilience, and future of Europe will depend on ensuring a transfer of knowledge that results in economic or societal value. Enhanced cooperation between universities and research performing organisations (RPO), businesses, investors, donors, public authorities, and civil societies is integral for the successful valorisation of knowledge.
AmCham submission Development of Enterprise Ireland Strategy 2022-2024.pdf
American Chamber of Commerce Response to Department of Enterprise, Trade and Employment’s Request for Comments on the EU’s Generalised Scheme of Preferences and European Commission’s 2018 Mid-Term Review
AmCham submission on the National Research and Innovation Strategy 2021-27
We are delighted to have the opportunity to submit the views of our members on the questions raised by the Department of Finance related to the OECD Tax Proposals. We have engaged in a comprehensive consultation with our members reflecting the importance of the juncture we are at in the development of the global tax landscape.
In our Pre-Budget 2022 submission to Government, entitled ‘Next Century Ireland’, the American Chamber of Commerce Ireland (AmCham) sets out its recommendations for retaining and attracting inward investment. AmCham believes the competition for investment internationally will be intense in the coming period. Competitor countries are responding by continuously improving their offering to inward investment and Ireland needs to be agile and proactive. To maximise this opportunity, smart policy decisions need to be made quickly under the themes of People, Place and Impact because of the pressures of the pandemic, corporate tax reform and the climate crisis
The views of our members on the SEAI’s Public Consultation on Renewable Electricity Corporate Power Purchase Agreements.