In the fall update of AmCham Germany's Business Barometer, US companies were surveyed regarding their opinions on the German economy, Grand Coalition and German and European economic policies for the future.
US companies in Germany are overwhelmingly convinced by the strength of Germany’s economy.
The Grand Coalition, which has been in government for nearly one year, is generally viewed positively by US investors.
When asked about Germany’s agenda for the future, 62 percent of respondents feel that the envisaged Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) between the US and Europe must be successfully concluded in order to make use of the transatlantic market’s growth potential.
About the AmCham Germany Business Barometer
AmCham Germany's Business Barometer is an exclusive survey among US subsidiaries that provides both an international and American business perspective on Germany as an investment location. The fall edition of AmCham Germany’s Business Barometer was conducted in cooperation with Roland Berger Strategy Consultants. It is based on the online survey results of 42 companies with American capital in Germany, among which many of the top 50 US companies with the highest revenue in Germany belong. The participating companies account for an annual turnover of roughly 113 billion Euros overall and employ more than 284,000 workers in Germany.
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