More than 95% of consumers live outside the United States. Selling more U.S.-made goods and services around the world is crucial to American jobs and will help businesses small and large grow. Expanding trade also enhances the competitiveness of U.S. manufacturers while boosting the buying power of American families.
How the U.S. and India Can Reach $500 Billion in Trade
Among the best opportunities for the U.S. to bolster stability, security, and prosperity at home and abroad comes from leaning into the U.S. relationship with India, the world's fastest growing major economy.
U.S.-Ukraine Partnership Forum
Once victory is won, rebuilding Ukraine will be the biggest reconstruction effort since World War II. The public sector can’t do it alone. That’s where the Ukraine Business Initiative comes in.
2023 International IP Index
Now in the eleventh edition, the International IP Index benchmarks the IP framework in 55 global economies across 50 unique indicators.
At the 78th UNGA session, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce underscores the indispensable role of the private sector in realizing the UN’s global targets. Explore how business shapes solutions in climate, health, global economic growth, and more.
The U.S. Chamber's Advance with Africa Initiative launched one year ago. We reflect on its successful first year—and forward to its future.
Around the globe, the U.S. Chamber advocates for free enterprise, competitive markets, and rules-based trade and investment as the path to economic opportunity and prosperity for all. We work every day to break down barriers to trade and investment, open new markets for American exports and investments, and make sure there's a level playing field for U.S. companies.
Global economic challenges like COVID-19 vaccines, international tax, and climate change will require countries and the private sector to work together to find multilateral solutions.
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- ImmigrationCommon Grounds: Spotlight on Legal Immigration ReformThursday, September 2811:00 AM EDT - 11:30 AM EDT
- WorkforceTalent ForwardWednesday, October 0409:00 AM EDT - 03:00 PM EDT
- InternationalAACCLA's Forecast on Latin America and the Caribbean ConferenceMonday, October 23 - Wednesday, October 2509:30 AM EDT - 04:30 PM EDT
As the Brexit negotiations continue, the business community is eager to ensure that economic disruptions are minimized. Members of the U.S.-UK Business Council have a significant stake in the outcome of these talks, and we aim to provide information that will help negotiators minimize the adverse effects of the reset in UK-EU relations. This includes forging a close future economic partnership between the EU and UK.
The ASEAN Business Outlook Survey is a collaborative effort between the American Chamber of Commerce in Singapore and the U.S.
The rapid expansion of e-commerce have created incredible opportunities for American businesses.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — U.S. Chamber President and CEO Thomas J. Donohue issued the following statement in response to reports that the Trump administration is considering withdrawing from the U.S.-South Korea Free Trade Agreement (KORUS): “The U.S. Chamber of Commerce opposes U.S. withdrawal from KORUS in the strongest possible terms. We do not believe this move would create a single American job — but it would cost many.
Tax reform, health care, regulatory reform, and international trade have all been priorities for the Chamber in the second quarter of this year. From events to testimonies and everything in between, it's been a busy season at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. Scroll along to see photo highlights from the second quarter.
To see other energetic young Africans like me passionately engaging passionate about U.S. business growth in African markets gave me a sense
American labor markets are finally turning the page on the Great Global Recession.
[This is part of an ongoing series entitled “Modernizing NAFTA,” which examines the importance of modernizing the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) and it's critical impact on jobs, economic prosperity, and trade.
Sen. Durbin and Rep. DeLauro are seeking to single out and punish a small number of companies.
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce writes to the Honorable Robert Lighthizer to ensure that he urges NAFTA partners avoid innovation-inhibiting practices that undermine the benefits of trade during his negotiations. The letter focuses on digital priorities including electronic transmissions and cyber-security.