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EC outlines good progress of Digital Agenda implementation in first year

Tuesday 31 May 2011 | 14:37 CET | News
Overall progress over the first year of the Digital Agenda has been good, especially on the use of internet (65% of EU population). But progress in some areas is disappointing, in particular roll-out of new super fast broadband networks, even if there is some progress in upgrading existing cable and copper networks, according to a scoreboard published by the European Commission. The Digital Agenda committed the EU to carry out 101 specific actions (78 for the Commission, of which 31 are legal proposals, and 23 for Member States) which will together boost investment in and use of digital

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