On Monday, 5 December, the third ministerial meeting of the EU-US Trade and Technology Council (TTC) will take place in the Washington, DC area. As leaders prepare to convene in a few days, the American Chamber of Commerce to the EU (AmCham EU) has outlined its priorities in areas such as emerging technologies, sustainability, resilient supply chains and healthcare.

The difficult external environment demonstrates that the case for transatlantic cooperation has never been stronger in recent years. Now is not the time for new trade tensions. The creation  of a joint Task Force on the US Inflation Reduction Act, for instance, is appositive step towards creating better understanding and addressing issues. Read here other principles and priorities that should guide policymakers in the next ministerial.