Big member states are dividing the EU on digital agenda

By |oktober 2nd, 2017|corporate tax, cross-border data flows, data economy, data localisation, data protection, digital summit, Estonia, Estonian Presidency, free flow of data, Krzysztof Szubert, News, OECD, online platforms, Poland, tax policy|

Four countries - Germany, France, Italy and Spain - drafted a paper outlining their priorities ahead of last Friday’s (29 September) digital summit, where heads of state gathered in Estonia. Poland’s Digital Minister Krzysztof Szubert told EURACTIV.com their paper risks dividing EU member states on digital issues.

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Tusk vows to keep unity with proposal on EU’s future

By |september 29th, 2017|digital summit, Donald Tusk, Emmanuel Macron, Estonia, Estonian Presidency, European Council summit, European elections 2019, Future of Europe, News, Xavier Bettel|

European Council President Donald Tusk has set himself a time limit of two weeks to talk to leaders from every EU member state before he proposes a plan for how to advance on the future of Europe.

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Estonia not worried politics could overshadow Tallinn ‘digital summit’

By |september 27th, 2017|Catalonia referendum, corporate tax, Cybersecurity, Digital Single Market, Digital skills, digital summit, Donald Tusk, Emmanuel Macron, Estonia, Estonian Presidency, German elections 2017, News, Tallinn, tax policy|

Estonia is hosting a summit focused on technology issues this Friday (29 September) but will have to battle for EU leaders’ attention less than one week after the German election, a fresh round of Brexit talks and French President Emmanuel Macron’s proposals on the future of Europe.

Komentarji so izklopljeni za Estonia not worried politics could overshadow Tallinn ‘digital summit’