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On 6 May, the European Commission published a far-reaching digital single market (DSM) strategy intended to boost European jobs and growth, open up digital services to all European citizens and enable European companies to better compete in the global digital economy. The proposals are designed to remove regulatory obstacles and foster trust in the online environment, but they will have implications far beyond the digital ecosystem.
The potential economic benefits awaiting Europe make action in these areas a no-brainer: an estimated €415 billion in additional annual European GDP, of which €250 billion could be delivered within the Commission’s current mandate ending in 2019.
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