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Treasurer Scott Morrison will today launch a first-­of-­its-­kind report from the United States Studies Centre at the University of Sydney (USSC) detailing the deep benefits of the US-­Australia investment relationship.The study, supported by the American Chamber of Commerce in Australia (AmCham), represents the most comprehensive analysis of the two­-way investment relationship ever undertaken.
Mon
14
Aug 2017
Click here to read AmCham Australia's response to the Trump administration's review of alleged violations and abuses of free trade agreements (FTAs). In AmCham’s assessment, the ‘special relationship’ between Australia and the US would be best served by cultivating an environment in which business and industry partnerships – the unwavering cornerstone of the Australia-US relationship – are incentivised and can thrive.
Mon
7
Aug 2017
The federal government’s plans to radically change the requirements to become an Australian citizen have been criticised by businesses, human rights groups, lawyers and academics around the country. The American Chamber of Commerce in Australia, led by former US Ambassador Niels Marquardt, submitted to the inquiry that skilled American migrants would be put into ‘limbo’.
Mon
7
Aug 2017
Join AmCham and the United States Studies Centre in Sydney, Canberra, Melbourne, Adelaide, Perth and Brisbane for the launch of a groundbreaking study exploring the value and economic impact of the US-Australia Investment Relationship.
Fri
28
Jul 2017
The AmCham community continues to be animated by the changes affecting skilled migrants and the incentives for high value-add migrants to move to Australia. Please click here to read a recent submission made to the Senate Inquiry into the Australian Citizenship Legislation Amendment Bill 2017.
Fri
21
Jul 2017