At the fifth meeting of the EU-US Trade and Technology Council (TTC) in Washington, progress was reviewed and priorities for future action were established. The participants emphasised their shared commitment to strengthening transatlantic cooperation in key areas, including economic security and emerging technologies.
How will technology, policy and regulation drive the year? Let’s find the Top Tech & Telecoms Policy Trends for 2024 in our changing world. This is the second (2) in a series of two posts.at remains to be done under the Belgian Presidency.
2024 is a crucial year in the European context because of the institutional changes that will take place following the European elections and the election of the new European Commission. During the Spanish Presidency of the EU, great progress has been made towards a more competitive and digital Europe. The question is how much and what remains to be done under the Belgian Presidency.
Telefónica prioritises digital inclusion and proposes a Digital Inclusion Compass to promote public-private policies and initiatives in Europe and Latin America. The objective is to close the digital divide without leaving anyone behind.
Public policies in the European Single Market should be inspired by the pursuit of innovation and global competitiveness. European technology companies would benefit from an environment conducive to investment, transformation, and innovation.