Welcome to The Texas European Chamber of Commerce

Welcome to our great network  of businesses,  diplomats, and organizations all working together to create a world of opportunities opening up into the future.

We are at the heart of the world economy. The enormous potential of the transatlantic commercial relationship is far from being fully realized.

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The EU institutions explained by their Presidents



A view from the inside: the Presidents of the main European Union institutions share their views on how the EU actually works. Who does what? What’s specific to each institution? What is the role of President? How do they see Europe’s future?


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Luncheon with the Dallas Warburg Chapter of the American Council on Germany

The Dallas Warburg Chapter of the ACG cordially invites GACC South members to a discussion and luncheon with Dr. Eckart von Unger, Senior Manager in the Brussels office of the Federation of German Industries (Bundesverband der Deutschen Industrie).

This presentation will cover the role of Germany and the EU in international trade, the consequences of the Brexit for EU-US relations, challenges to US-EU trade relations, possible approaches to dealing with China, and the German view of protectionism. Dr. von Unger will provide the German perspective on trade issues.
Event Details
Tuesday, November 28, 2017
11:45am - 1:30pm

Dallas Petroleum Club
Tyler Room, 39th floor
2200 Ross Avenue
Dallas, TX 75201
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Spokesperson Heather Nauert announces a new platform by the U.S. Embassy in Islamabad, #Pakistan, in conjunction with the city of Austin, Texas, to strengthen entrepreneurial ecosystems in their communities in Austin and in Pakistan.

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Operating as a single market with 28 countries, the EU is a major world trading power.

EU economic policy seeks to sustain growth by investing in transport, energy and research – while minimising the impact of further economic development on the environment.

Measuring the EU’s economy
The EU's economy — measured in terms of the goods and services it produces (GDP) — is ahead of the United States. EU GDP in 2015:

€14,600 billion

With just 6,9% of the world’s population, the EU's trade with the rest of the world accounts for around 20% of global exports and imports.

Over 62% of EU countries’ total trade is done with other EU countries.

The EU is one of the three largest global players for international trade, next to the United States and China. In 2014, the EU’s exports of goods were equivalent to 15.0 % of the world total. They were surpassed for the first time since the EU was founded by those of China (15.5 %), but were still ahead of the United States (12.2 %), which had a larger share of world imports (15.9 %) than either the EU (14.8 %) or China (12.9 %).
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As a continent, the economy of Europe is currently the largest on Earth and it is the richest region as measured by assets under management with over $32.7 trillion compared to North America’s $27.1 trillion in 2008.


Had a gross state product (GSP) of $1.207 trillion, the second highest in the U.S. Its GSP is comparable to the GDP of India or Canada, which are the world’s 12th- and 11th-largest economies, respectively.