Trade

The EU and the United States are bound together by strong and stable economic ties. Outside the EU, the United States is Germany's third-largest trading partner. As the voice of transatlantic business, AmCham Germany is committed to enhancing German-American cooperation, maintaining an open business climate and promoting international investment on both sides of the Atlantic.

AmCham Germany continues to advocate for a free trade agreement between the EU and the United States. Such an agreement presents a unique chance to unite two of the world's largest economic areas, resulting in numerous benefits for society and business on both sides of the Atlantic and beyond.

Transatlantic Trade News

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AmCham Germany welcomes the EU decision to start negotiations on a EU-US free trade agreement

"Now it's important that negotiations start in a timely manner and that European and US companies sit at the negotiating table."

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Transatlantic Business Barometer 2019 - Solid business figures, but growing uncertainty

Berlin, April 11, 2019 - US companies in Germany and German companies in the US look back on a good business year in 2018. Nevertheless, the…

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Trade Committee Meets with CDU Party Representative

On March 19, Stefan Rouenhoff, rapporteur on trade and industrial policy for the CDU-party in the Bundestag, spoke with our trade committee on various…

Trade Committee

AmCham Germany's Trade Committee provides a unique forum where high-level stakeholders from business, industry and politics can convene and discuss trade policy issues.

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Joint Statement by the Business Alliance on TTIP: Regulatory Component in the TTIP – Key to Success

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The Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) - Opportunities and Challenges

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AmCham Germany's 10 Points for TTIP

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AmCham Germanys 10 Punkte für TTIP

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