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AmCham Sweden is the voice of American business in Sweden. We are champions of US - Swedish trade and investment and US commercial interests in Sweden and give members a networking platform, critical business information, and an amplified voice.



TTIP- Removing Trade Barriers

Today, the EU and United States have more than € 2.8 trillion invested in each other's economies and are recognized as the world's largest trading partners. In light of that, U.S. President Barack Obama proposed the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP), which is a priority in his last year in office.

AmCham Sweden is producing a series of videos to build support for TTIP in Sweden. Our member companies and partner organizations are encouraged to place a link to this channel on their websites and to share the videos via social media.

Each video highlights different aspects of and viewpoints on TTIP, while explaining the benefits of the proposal in easy-to-understand terms. The videos feature Swedish business people, labor leaders, consumer advocacy groups, and others - talking about what a successfully concluded TTIP could mean to their company or constituency.


Click the playlist menu on the left to select other videos within the series

AmCham Sweden is actively involved in the negotiations of the proposed Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership between the United States and the European Union. We sit at the tables where positions are formed and work through international networks, including AmChams in Europe and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, to magnify the voice of the member companies.

We want to ensure that the agreement delivers on its potential to be a driver of growth for the business community.

Contact AmCham if your company has been unfavorably treated when competing for a government contract. Feel free to also let us know if you have suggestions for how we should approach the negotiators.


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