German govt report terms digital policy a success

Wednesday 26 April 2017 | 16:08 CET | News
The German federal government has adopted a report summing up the progress with its digital agenda. Submitted by the ministries of economy, digital infrastructure and interior, the report assess the policies implemented since 2014 and concludes progress has been made on the aims of stimulating growth and employment, access and participation as well as trust and security. Programmes have focused on supporting businesses, small and large, in their digital transition, as well as easing rules on roaming and public Wi-Fi services, improving IT security of key infrastructure and subsidising the

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Countries: Germany
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