The Association of European Chambers of Commerce and Industry
Established in 1958 as a direct response to the creation of the European Economic Community, EUROCHAMBRES acts as the eyes, ears and voice of the business community at EU level.
EUROCHAMBRES, the association of European Chambers of Commerce and Industry, takes note of the Council conclusions on the Capital Markets Union (CMU) Action Plan, as fully functioning capital markets...Read more
Council conclusions on Human Rights and Decent Work in Global Supply Chains: EUROCHAMBRES cautions against disproportionate burdens on SMEs
Reacting to the Council conclusions on Human Rights and Decent Work in Global Supply Chains published today, EUROCHAMBRES has underlined the importance of avoiding disproportionate requirements on SME...Read more
Today’s European Parliament vote on collective redress obliges all member states to introduce systems to remedy mass harm situations. While welcoming efforts to ensure effective redress possibilitie...Read more
Increased climate ambition and competitive industries – transforming the Green Deal’s aspiration into reality
The EU has once again proven its leadership role in international climate policy by being the first major emitter to undertake concrete steps to reach climate neutrality by 2050. More importantly,...Read more