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A new Transatlantic Report 2023 from the American Chamber of Commerce to the EU (AmCham EU) and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce highlights that the key drivers of the transatlantic economy – investment, trade and company income – posted strong results again in 2022. Despite the war in Ukraine, supply chain disruptions, dramatic energy shifts, high inflation and tightening financial conditions, last year was record-breaking across a range of indicators:
The report also outlines avenues to advance the EU-U.S. partnership with the Trade and Technology Council and new opportunities to foster innovation and reduce strategic dependencies in the area of green technology.
The data is also available on Thriving Together, an online platform that showcases the deep ties that bind Europe and the United States, including numbers from The Transatlantic Economy 2023. Visit the platform: thrivingtogether.eu.
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About the report:
The Transatlantic Economy 2023 presents the most up-to-date facts and figures about the economic relationship between Europe and the United States. The research was conducted independently by Daniel Hamilton and Joseph Quinlan at the Foreign Policy Institute, School of Advanced International Studies, Johns Hopkins University and the Transatlantic Leadership Network. This edition features new insights into the impact of the war in Ukraine, international sanctions on Russia, transatlantic energy transformations, the reconfiguration of global supply chains with ‘derisking’ strategies, relations with China as well as the green and digital transitions. It also includes individual profiles for 30+ European countries, with Ukraine surveyed for the first time, and all 50 US states.This year marks the 20th edition of The Transatlantic Economy, the annual survey of transatlantic jobs, trade and investment.
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