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On Wednesday 25 February, the British Embassy and the Danish Chamber of Commerce co-hosted a conference in Copenhagen on the digital single market.
The “EU in a digital age” conference focused on how the EU should complete the digital single market. It brought together senior government, business and media representatives for discussions on topics such as e-commerce, the data-driven economy and new business models.
Baroness Neville-Rolfe, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills and Minister for Intellectual Property, outlined how a digital single market will benefit consumers and business.
The UK believes the EU must take bold steps to create an open, flexible market with a regulatory framework that reflects the dynamic nature of the digital economy. Follow the topics brought up at the conference on Twitter - @UKinDenmark