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As we host the annual Transatlantic Business Works Summit, here are some ideas for American and European policymakers to pursue to strengthen transatlantic economic cooperation and competitiveness.
February 2019 Principles for International Taxation in a Digitalizing Economy
The U.S.-UK Business Council analyzes the UK's White Paper on future UK-EU economic relations and the prospective impact of recent political developments in London on the next phases of the negotiations.
Action Plan to Implement National Security Presidential Memorandum Regarding U.S. Conventional Arms Transfer Policy Executive Summary
As the United Kingdom (UK) and European Union (EU) negotiate an agreement that defines their future commercial relationship, the movement of goods stands out as perhaps the most tangible example of how trade flows between the two markets will change. Among other things, new documentation requirements for UK-EU movement of goods will be instituted, clearance times at ports are likely to be exte
The U.S.-UK Business Council believes that a mutually-agreeable outcome is strongly in the interests of both the United Kingdom and the European Union, and that a disorderly "no deal" Brexit must be avoided.
Despite a number of challenges, the U.S. business community continues to regard the global rules-based trading system embodied by the WTO as indispensable. Eight successful multilateral negotiating rounds have helped increase world trade from $58 billion in 1948 to well above $20 trillion today.