Advancing Business In the Americas
For nearly a century, the American Chambers of Commerce (AmChams) have been the most influential voice of U.S. business in Latin America and the Caribbean. Today, joined together in the Association of American Chambers of Commerce in Latin America and the Caribbean, these 23 AmChams represent more than 20,000 companies and over 80% of U.S. investment in the region.
- ‘Si no es ahora, ‘¿cuándo?,’ by José Luis Sánchez, President of the Andean Region for DuPont and AACCLA Chair.
- ‘Strengthening Rule of Law Through Private and Public Sector Collaboration,’ by Dan Bryant, Senior Vice President of Global Public Policy and Government Affairs at Walmart, August 2019.
- 2019 Global Rule of Law and Business Dashboard, U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s Coalition for the Rule of Law in Global Markets.
- 2019 Business Future of the Americas Conference, Colombian-American Chamber of Commerce, May 2019. Relive some of the best memories and watch the closing video from the BFA 2019.
- AACCLA Statement on Aid to Central America, April 2019
- ‘Sumar aliados para fortalecer relación bilateral,’ Forbes México, March 2019
- ‘CBP Commissioner Talks Priorities at “Outlook on the Americas” Event,’ February 2019.
- AmCham Mexico Press Release: Meeting with Mexico’s Ambassador to the United States, Martha Elena Federica Bárcena Coqui, January 2019.
- ‘AmCham Brazil and AmCham Rio, Now a Single American Chamber of Commerce in Brazil,’ December 2018
- AACCLA’s 51st Forecast on Latin America and the Caribbean Conference Webcast.
- ‘EE.UU. no va a dejar de ser un mercado abierto,’ Portafolio, August 2018.
- AmCham Guyana launched to promote U.S.-Guyana trade, Newsroom Guyana, August 2018.
- AACCLA Statement on Nicaragua, July 2018.
- Una Agenda Común para la Argentina y los EE.UU., by Alejandro Díaz, Chief Executive Officer of the American Chamber of Commerce in Argentina, Clarín, May 2018.
- PriceSmart Announces Acquisition of Aeropost, Inc., Cision PR Newswire, March 2018.
- Latin American officials eye how NAFTA could impact trade agreements with the U.S., Inside U.S. Trade, February 2018.