Advocacy Submissions and Publications

PUBLIC CONSULTATION ON NEW TAXATION MEASURES TO APPLY TO OUTBOUND PAYMENTS

20.12.2021

AmCham commends the Department on continuing to use the process of Consultation with stakeholders on taxation matters. Ireland has long had a reputation among the inward investment community for predictability and stability in tax matters. The consultation process bolsters that reputation, indicating that even in times of fast-paced global change, Ireland will consult with stakeholders to ensure that their views are considered.

Publication

Digitalisation - How Ireland can Accelerate

23.11.2021

This position paper outlines the views of the American Chamber on the need for a more accelerated approach to Digitalisation.

Next Century Ireland - Pre-budget Submission

23.11.2021

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.

Publication

Industry 4.0

23.11.2021

A position paper on the Advanced Manufacturing sector in Ireland published by the American Chamber of Commerce...

Invest in the US - A Guide for Irish Companies

23.11.2021

Published in partnership with Enterprise Ireland, this guide supports Irish companies investing into the US for the first time

Beyond Business - The Social Impact of US Investment in Ireland

20.10.2020

On October 20th the Chamber launched its CSR report Entitled ‘Beyond Business – The Social Impact of US Investment in Ireland' with our research partners the University of Notre Dame.

Building Bridges Better

14.09.2021

Why Ireland is a trusted partner of the United States of America

Submissions

Public Consultation on OECD International Tax Proposals

10.09.2021

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.

Draft National Risk Assessment 2021/2022 - Public Consultation

07.09.2021

Response from the American Chamber of Commerce Ireland to the Department of the Taoiseach’s public consultation on the Draft National Risk Assessment