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The TransAtlantic Business Dialogue (TABD) was established by the US government and European Union in 1995 as the official business sector advisory group for EU and US officials on trade and investment issues. The purpose of the TABD was to foster an ongoing dialogue between business and government at the highest levels. It had become clear to both governments that international business maintains a unique and indispensable perspective on trade liberalization, and that it was necessary to create an official forum that allowed these transatlantic businesses to come together in a single setting where they would be able to address their mutual concerns.

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  • Transatlantic Business Dialogue
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  • The TransAtlantic Business Dialogue (TABD) was established by the US government and European Union in 1995 as the official business sector advisory group for EU and US officials on trade and investment issues. The purpose of the TABD was to foster an ongoing dialogue between business and government at the highest levels. It had become clear to both governments that international business maintains a unique and indispensable perspective on trade liberalization, and that it was necessary to create an official forum that allowed these transatlantic businesses to come together in a single setting where they would be able to address their mutual concerns.
  • Le Transatlantic Business Dialogue (TABD) en français Dialogue économique transatlantique offre un cadre pour la coopération transatlantique entre les entreprises et l'Union européenne (UE) et les États-Unis. Il s'agit d'une coalition de dirigeants américains et européens, principalement de multinationales, lancée à l'instigation de l'ancien secrétaire américain du Commerce Ron Brown à Séville (Espagne) à la fin de 1995 lors d'une conférence en présence de chefs d'entreprise de plus de 100 entreprises américaines et européennes.
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  • The TransAtlantic Business Dialogue (TABD) was established by the US government and European Union in 1995 as the official business sector advisory group for EU and US officials on trade and investment issues. The purpose of the TABD was to foster an ongoing dialogue between business and government at the highest levels. It had become clear to both governments that international business maintains a unique and indispensable perspective on trade liberalization, and that it was necessary to create an official forum that allowed these transatlantic businesses to come together in a single setting where they would be able to address their mutual concerns. The TABD is operating as a distinct program within the Transatlantic Business Council (TBC) organization. The TABD program is the highest forum within the TBC and brings together European and American CEOs and C-suite executives. The TABD meets twice a year, leading to the development of joint policy recommendations to the US and European governments on a number of trade-related issues. The TABD continually provides input on a number of trade issues, including financial services, raw materials/recycling, and eMobility. Since 2007, the Transatlantic Economic Council (TEC), which is the primary plenary for economic dialogue between the US and EU, has served as an additional platform for the TABD to exercise its advisory role. TABD’s ultimate goal has always been to facilitate the eventual establishment of a barrier-free transatlantic market, which would further global trade liberalization. Consequently, the launch of free trade negotiations between the US and EU exemplifies TABD’s efforts, and places the program in an attractive position vis-à-vis the negotiators.
  • Le Transatlantic Business Dialogue (TABD) en français Dialogue économique transatlantique offre un cadre pour la coopération transatlantique entre les entreprises et l'Union européenne (UE) et les États-Unis. Il s'agit d'une coalition de dirigeants américains et européens, principalement de multinationales, lancée à l'instigation de l'ancien secrétaire américain du Commerce Ron Brown à Séville (Espagne) à la fin de 1995 lors d'une conférence en présence de chefs d'entreprise de plus de 100 entreprises américaines et européennes. Le principal objectif du TABD est de stimuler le commerce transatlantique et de l'investissement par l'élimination des obstacles causés par les différences de réglementation entre les États-Unis et l'UE. L'adhésion au TABD se fait uniquement sur invitation, officiellement pour garantir une bonne représentation géographique et un mélange d'activités du secteur ainsi que la représentation des PME.
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