Written on March 30, 2021 | With the new President, we expect a less restrictive approach toward immigration, however, the COVID-19 virus has significantly impacted global travel and immigration since March 2020. As such, the current and past Administrations have implemented travel and immigration restrictions in the name of safety. These measures have ranged from simple […]
The European American Chamber of Commerce is delighted to announce the addition of Texas to our network. The EACC Texas Chapter was transitioned from the 41 yr. old French-American Chamber of Commerce DFW, whose Board agreed unanimously that including Europe as a whole is the Future especially when it comes to building fruitful Transatlantic Business connections. […]
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Opening a path of negotiation toward more tariff-free transatlantic trade. In the famous transatlantic dispute dating back to 2004 linked to the fierce competition between AirBus and Boeing, the State-parties concerned (notably France, the European Union and the United States) accused each other of illegally providing subsidies to these two airline manufacturers. After bringing the […]
« En tant que puissance politique, l’Europe doit pouvoir fournir des solutions en termes de cloud, sinon, vos données seront stockées dans un espace qui ne relève pas de son droit – ce qui est la situation actuelle. Donc, quand on parle de sujets aussi concrets que cela, on parle en fait de politique et […]
A look back at key moments of the exchange between H.E. Stavros Lambrinidis, EU Ambassador to the United States and John Rufus Gifford, Former Deputy Campaign Manager, BIDEN2020, Former United States Ambassador to Denmark, about the outlook for transatlantic relations under the Biden-Harris Presidency