The EU goes digital (sort of)
01 June 2016
While entrepreneurship and innovation are flourishing across much of the EU’s private sector, public policy has lagged behind most recent technological developments. For instance, far too many national governments are failing to create a climate of openness for the sharing economy, despite its widely acknowledged potential to benefit consumers by as much as €1,000 per EU citizen, and to create employment and business opportunities in the process.
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