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Doing Business in the US

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BusinessUSA is the US Federal Government's 'one-stop shop' for businesses, including potential foreign investors, while SelectUSA more specifically promotes the US as an investment destination. The US Commercial Service, through the BuyUSA program, will also help international companies identify US-based suppliers and business partners.


The Council of American States in Europe (CASE) is an association of 15 US States with trade offices across Europe (Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Mississippi, Missouri, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Virginia, West Virginia). CASE provides free, personalized services for European companies interested in establishing themselves in the US. Other US States not represented by CASE also have trade offices in Europe.

US Chamber of Commerce

The US Chamber of Commerce is the largest business federation in the world, consisting of over 3 million businesses, nearly 3,000 state and local chambers, 830 associations and over 100 international branches – including the American Chamber of Commerce in Belgium, AmCham Belgium.

"Doing Business in the USA" Roundtables

AmCham Belgium launched a "Doing Business in the USA" series of roundtables in early 2014. This new program is especially designed for CEOs of large Belgian member companies who are active in the US or have significant US investment plans.  The aim is to get 15 to 20 leaders around the table on a quarterly basis to exchange ideas, contacts and best practices pertaining to their activities in the US. Contact the Secretariat for more information about upcoming events.