AmChams in Europe, the network of 44 chambers across Europe, launched the 2015 Case for Investing in Europe during its annual US Conference in May, this year. The report is prepared by Joseph P. Quinlan, Transatlantic Fellow at the Center for Transatlantic Relations, Johns Hopkins, and the German Marshall Fund, Washington, DC.
In a world in perpetual change, one point of continuity remains the deep integration of the United States and Europe. It is Europe’s size and wealth, depth in human capital and respect for the rule of law, among other attributes, that makes the region a natural partner of the United States.
The post-war economic integration of the EU is one of the greatest triumphs of the past sixty five years. At the core of Europe’s peace, reconciliation and prosperity is the fact that no other region of the world has successfully integrated and grown as a single entity like the EU over the past half century. Notwithstanding some formidable challenges, Europe still remains among the most attractive long-term places in the world for business.Category: Announcements