Where next for the digital single market?

By Toe Su Aung and Chris Oldknow

The European Commission is making a fresh attempt to deliver a single market that functions in the 21st century with the proposed digital single market. It is therefore crucial that brand owners make their needs known to politicians and officials at home and in Brussels

The Digital SingleMarket (DSM) is the European Commission’s latest attempt to deliver a single market that functions in the 21st century. September 2015 was a critical period for defining the measures that the commission will try to push into law in order to keep its agenda on track. The required reforms go to the heart of how far Europe wishes to integrate digitally, with the promise of true cross-border services for 500 million citizens.

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