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ReportOct 14, 2020 - 3:45pm

2019-2020 Annual Report on Task Force to Eradicate Human Trafficking

Dear Reader:The U.S. Chamber of Commerce established the Task Force to Eradicate Human Trafficking, an advisory group made up of members who work with the federal government and the private sector to develop commonsense solutions and speak with one voice.

ReportOct 14, 2020 - 2:45pm

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ReportSep 29, 2020 - 9:00am

Leveraging Digital Technologies to Improve Health Care Outcomes: An opportunity for policy collaboration in the U.S.-Japan bilateral relationship

Digital advancements in health care are propelling innovation and driving long - term structural changes in how health car e is delivered — trends that the COVID -19 pandemic has only accelerated. From digital tools driving research and development of treatments and vaccines for COVID -19 to delivering health care remotely through telemedicine, both the response and recovery phases are heavily dependent on new technologies.

ReportSep 24, 2020 - 12:15pm

Formalizing U.S.-UK Financial Regulatory Dialogue

The U.S. Chamber and the Chamber’s U.S.-UK Business Council are among approximately 20 financial and professional services organizations that have joined together as the British American Finance Alliance (BAFA) to propose a vision for forward-looking U.S.-UK regulatory cooperation in the financial sector. Today, the Alliance launched its initial paper outlining a series of suggestions for future U.S.-UK economic engagement on services issues, especially relevant in the context of the ongoing trade negotiations.

ReportSep 21, 2020 - 9:00am
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Increasing Social and Economic Benefits Globally: Rates of Return on Health Investments

This study provides insights into the economic and social returns to investments in prevention and treatment for chronic illnesses across 27 countries. The findings project that countries would on average realize a return of $20 in productivity gains and workers lives saved for every $1 invested in cardiovascular disease and diabetes interventions. Likewise, countries could see a return of $22 for every $1 invested in anxiety disorders and depression interventions.

ReportSep 18, 2020 - 2:00pm
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U.S.-Israel Business Initiative Membership

The U.S.-Israel Business Initiative Membership brochure illustrates the important benefits of being a member.

ReportSep 17, 2020 - 9:00am

U.S. Chamber of Commerce Commercial Construction Index - 2020 Q3

The U.S. Chamber of Commerce Commercial Construction Index (CCI) is a quarterly economic index designed to gauge the outlook for, and resulting confidence in, the commercial construction industry.

ReportAug 26, 2020 - 6:00am

Special Report on Women-Owned Small Businesses During COVID-19

Women-owned small businesses have been more heavily impacted by the coronavirus pandemic than male-owned small businesses, and they are less likely to anticipate a strong recovery in the year ahead, new data show. The Special Report on Women-Owned Small Businesses During COVID-19 1 from the U.S. Chamber of Commerce also found that women-owned small businesses have less optimistic revenue, investment and hiring plans compared to male-owned small businesses.

ReportAug 18, 2020 - 8:00am
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Middle Market Index

The RSM US Middle Market Business Index is designed to accurately reflect business conditions in the U.S. middle market, while providing a statistically significant measure of the health and outlook for these businesses.

ReportAug 13, 2020 - 9:00am
Cover of the Report "The Negative Economic Effects of Medicare for All and Medicare Buy-In Proposals"

The Negative Economic Effects of Medicare for All and Medicare Buy-In Proposals

This paper discusses recent proposals to expand Medicare and lays out the likely impact such a move would have on various stakeholders. For the sake of simplicity, this paper discusses Medicare for all and Medicare buy-in proposals, but the points apply more broadly.