Advocacy Submissions and Publications

Single Market Emergency Instrument (SMEI)

31.10.2022

Consultation Response from the American Chamber of Commerce Ireland (AmCham) to the Department of Enterprise, Trade & Employment on the EU-US Trade and Technology Council.

EU-US Trade and Technology Council (TTC)

31.10.2022

Consultation Response from the American Chamber of Commerce Ireland (AmCham) to the Department of Enterprise, Trade & Employment on the EU-US Trade and Technology Council.

Submission on the Government's Review of the Security of Energy Supply of Ireland’s Electricity and Natural Gas Systems

28.10.2022

The ‘network crisis’ and lack of energy capacity has been raised by AmCham, and others, for many years. AmCham recognises the unprecedented challenges the global community now faces regarding energy supply and pricing – as a small open economy Ireland is particularly exposed to the current unprecedented and unstable energy environment.

Sourcing of Science Advice - Response to public consultation

03.10.2022

AmCham welcomes the opportunity to participate in the Department of Further and Higher Education, Research, Innovation and Science’s public consultation on the sourcing of science advice.

AmCham 2023 Pre-Budget Submission

09.09.2022

AmCham, today, has launched our Budget 2023 submission, ‘Empowering Ireland – At the Heart of the Transatlantic Economy’.

Submissions

AmCham Response to Electricity Network Tariffs 2022/23 – National Energy Security Framework Response Proposals

02.09.2022

The American Chamber of Commerce Ireland (AmCham) welcomes the opportunity to respond to the CRU’s consultation document which includes proposals for additional electricity network tariffs.

Submissions

Public Consultation on the Preparation of the White Paper on Enterprise

29.07.2022

AmCham welcomes the opportunity to contribute to the Department’s consultation on the White Paper on Enterprise.

Submissions

Pillar Two Minimum Tax Rate Implementation

22.07.2022

Ireland has an increasingly complex tax regime. The implementation of Pillar Two will increase the compliance burden on business and add additional complexity. There is an urgent need to use the implementation of Pillar Two as an opportunity to also simplify the overall tax code to ensure it is able to cater for the needs of 21st century business.

Research & Development Tax Credit and the Knowledge Development Box

31.05.2022

AmCham welcomes the opportunity to participate in the Department of Finance’s public consultation on the Research & Development Tax Credit and the Knowledge Development Box.

Digital Connectivity Strategy

08.04.2022

AmCham welcomes the opportunity to contribute to the Department’s public consultation on the Digital Connectivity Strategy.

Ireland’s International Education, Research and Innovation Strategy

06.04.2022

AmCham welcomes the opportunity to contribute to the Department’s consultation on Ireland’s International Education, Research and Innovation Strategy.

European Chips Act

21.03.2022

AmCham welcomes the introduction of legislation to improve, strengthen and further develop the environment in which chips are designed, manufactured, and distributed. Our ever-increasing dependency on technology in our day-to-day personal and professional lives means that the need to have strong, indigenous, and responsive supply chains is vital to meet future demand.