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AmCham Germany's public and corporate affairs revolve around the activities of our Policy Committees and specialized Working Groups.
Policy Committees constitute AmCham Germany's forum for discussing and defining policy recommendations on critical business issues and foster dialogue between AmCham Germany member companies and decision-makers from politics, business and civil society in Germany, the US and Brussels. Position statements and press releases are developed in order to deliver members' opinions to the public and policy-makers and other relevant stakeholders.
With our member's engagement and expertise, AmCham Germany is an effective voice in communicating policy issues that matter most to our member companies.
All Corporate Members with a revenue of more than 25 Mio p.a. are welcome to participate in AmCham Germany's Policy Committees. Committee Members receive frequent e-mail updates on Committee activities, position papers, and meetings. Members are expected to be active, delivering their input on the issues that matter most to them.
If you are interested in engaging in one of our a Policy Committees, please contact us. You may find an overview of the current Policy Committee topics as well as contact details of the responsible AmCham Germany staff below.
Overview of AmCham Germany's Policy Committees (April 2014)
The Policy Committees of AmCham Germany have published a position paper " Europe 2014 and beyond: Towards smart and sustainable economic growth".
A clear and ambitious roadmap for the coming five years and beyond is needed. It should include:
In the election year 2013, AmCham Germany has published various position papers on the following topics:
Unsere Empfehlungen für Wirtschaftswachstum in Deutschland (AmCham Germany) (PDF)
Executive Summary of all published position papers: