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Helping your American Business in the EU
The U.S. Commercial Service at the United States Mission to the European Union is ready to help your company understand the European Union and to seize its opportunities.

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With 450 million wealthy consumers in the 27 Member States of the European Union (the EU) – representing the United States’ largest export market in the world – the U.S. Commercial Service at the U.S. Mission to the European Union facilitates American business in the EU through strategic partner identification, project and policy advocacy, market intelligence, and virtual trade events. On behalf of all American businesses, we also help resolve market access barriers through active monitoring of EU legislation.

Drawing on the resources of our U.S. Commercial Service offices throughout Europe, our teams of commercial diplomats and commercial specialists help American firms compete and win. In fact, the EU’s rich consumer base, diverse economy, deep business ties to the United States, strong rule of law protections, and 25 million small and medium-size enterprises resulted in $197 billion of U.S. exports to the EU in 2021 alone.

Succeed in the European Union with the U.S. Commercial Service

Explore key resources and events that can help your international business in the EU.
U.S.-EU Trade and Technology Council
Established at the June 2021 U.S.-EU Summit, the Trade and Technology Council deepens transatlantic trade and economic relations, basing policies on shared democratic values.
Complying with Regulatory Requirements in the EU
Learn about the certifications necessary to export your product to the EU and to comply with regulatory requirements, including the CE marking.
Protecting your Intellectual Property Rights in the EU
Our Intellectual Property Attaché’s office is dedicated to helping American businesses understand and address intellectual property issues that they may face in the EU.
Data Protection Considerations for Doing Business in the EU
Now more than ever, data, technology, and the transfer of information are critical to your company’s operations. Learn the latest about complying with data protection requirements in the EU.
The Future of Energy
The Small Modular Reactor Working Group promotes the deployment and export of Small Modular Reactors (SMRs) in key European markets.
Seafood Trade in the EU
The NOAA Europe Office guides you through the maze of European legislation covering seafood import requirements and trade.

European Union Market Intelligence Articles

Market Intelligence
Hungary and EU Oil Perspective

Can Russia simply sell more oil to Asia, as oil is more replaceable than gas?

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Hungary and EU Gas Infrastructure

Can Russia reroute its gas exports to Asia, rather than to Europe?

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Hungary Regulatory Framework for Hydrogen

The European Commission will continue to improve the regulatory framework to assist development of energy infrastructure.

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