Working Breakfast at the US Chamber, Washington DC. Mariano Rajoy, president of the Government, Thomas Donohue, US Chamber of Commerce president & CEO, Juan Rosell, president of the CEOE and Jaime Malet, chairman of AmChamSpain,
SPANISH PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE MEETS WITH AMCHAM EU BOARD,
PRESS RELEASE - U.S. EMBASSY MADRID, SPAIN
AmChamSpain warns on potential harmful effects of Financial Transactions Tax (FTT)
American Chamber of Commerce in Spain, AmChamSpain, wishes to express its concern at the potential implications of the implementation of the Financial Transactions Tax (FTT) –currently under discussion in the European Union– in the Spanish economic recovery. According to the information learned by AmChamSpain, the new tax will have serious implications for financial institutions as well as for companies from all industries that make legitimate use of financial instruments in the normal course of business (for example, risk management).
Conference "Digital Economy: The Key to growth. Efficiency in the Public Sector”
Conversations on a Transatlantic Trade and Investment Alliance with the European Union
The potential trade agreement between the United States and the European Union is supported by groups such as the American Chamber of Commerce, as they believe it would increase U.S. exports by hundreds of billions of dollars.
AmChamSpain organized a conference to present the new protocol amending the Double Taxation Convention (DTC) between Spain and the United States
AmChamSpain organized a unique conference to reveal new fiscal and tax aspects included in the protocol amending the Double Taxation Convention (DTC) between both countries.
Experts from renowned law firms, senior executives of large companies, and government members competent in the field analyzed main changes of the DTC.
Jaime Malet, president of AmChamSpain, is certain that with the new document, “American investment in Spain will increase, and the important Spanish investment in the United States will increase and consolidate.”