Smart regulations give businesses the rules of the road so they can operate, innovate, and invest with certainty. Regulatory overreach, on the other hand, stifles growth and innovation. Getting this balance right is essential to driving solutions that improve lives and fostering a vibrant and dynamic economy that creates opportunities for people.
- Why Fintech Needs the Right Regulation to Help Drive InnovationContactless payment and digital currencies are promising technologies that are expanding both in the United States and internationally.
- How Bipartisan Efforts in Congress Can Make Childcare More AffordableRepublican Rep. Nancy Mace and Democratic Rep. Mikie Sherrill discuss what can be done to make childcare more affordable from a bipartisan perspective.
- Four Policies that Government Can Pursue to Advance Trustworthy AIIncluding improving access to government data, increasing access to shared computer resources, and more.
The U.S. Chamber works with governments at the state, federal, and global levels to create a regulatory environment in which businesses can innovate, compete, and thrive. From labor and finance to technology and energy regulations, we ensure the voice of business is represented in the rulemaking process. When rules are outdated, outmoded, or overreaching, we work to improve or eliminate them in the agencies, in Congress, or in the courts.
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- Climate ChangeEnergyInnovates: Methane—Tackling that 'Other' GasThursday, December 0212:00 AM EST - 12:00 AM EST
- WorkforceThe Future of Business and Higher EducationTuesday, November 0903:00 PM EST - 04:00 PM EST
- InternationalVirtual InSTEP Discussion with Isiah Thomas, Chairman and CEO of Isiah InternationalThursday, October 2803:00 PM EDT - 04:00 PM EDT
- Oct 03, 2021Response to the UK Consultation on a Pro-Competition Regime for Digital Markets The Chamber’s U.S.-UK Business Council welcomes the opportunity to provide Her Majesty’s Government (“HMG”) with comments in response to the consultation on a new pro-competition regime for digital markets. We welcome further opportunities to discuss this input with colleagues from DCMS, BEIS, and other UK Government agencies as these proposals are considered in the coming weeks and months. Please find our comments attached.
- Oct 03, 2021Response to the UK Consultation on Reforming Competition and Consumer Policy The Chamber’s U.S.-UK Business Council welcomes the opportunity to provide Her Majesty’s Government (“HMG”) with comments in response to the consultation on reforming competition and consumer policy. We welcome further opportunities to discuss this input with colleagues from BEIS and other UK Government agencies as these proposals are considered in the coming weeks and months. Please find our comments attached.
- Sep 29, 2021Chamber Letter on the 27th Congress of the Universal Postal Union The Chamber commends the Department of State for its representation of U.S. interests during a Congress faced with many challenges caused by the pandemic at the recently concluded 27th Congress of the Universal Postal Union (UPU) held in Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire.
- Sep 20, 2021Antitrust 101: Key Terms and Definitions Key laws and terms to know about antitrust
- Sep 20, 2021The Role & Responsibility of Antitrust What antitrust is and what it is not
- Sep 20, 2021America’s Antitrust Laws: Myth vs. Facts It's important to understand what current antitrust laws are and are not.
- Sep 07, 2021Chamber Response to the European Commission's Proposed Data Act The U.S. Chamber of Commerce welcomes the opportunity to comment on the European Commission’s proposed Data Act.
- Aug 31, 2021Chamber Response to Australia's Consultation Paper on Strengthening Australia’s Cyber Security Regulations and Incentives The Chamber submitted comments to the Australia's Department of Home Affairs Consultation Paper on Strengthening Australia’s Cyber Security Regulations and Incentives.