Paesi G7 concordano posizione condivisa su commercio digitale

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LONDRA (Reuters) – I paesi del G7 hanno concordato una serie congiunta di princìpi per disciplinare l’uso dei dati transnazionali e il commercio digitale.

Lo ha annunciato la Gran Bretagna in un comunicato dopo una riunione dei ministri del Commercio a Londra.

“Ci opponiamo al protezionismo digitale e all’autoritarismo e abbiamo adottato i princìpi del commercio digitale che guideranno l’approccio G7 al commercio digitale”, si legge nel comunicato diffuso dalla Gran Bretagna.

(Tradotto da Alice Schillaci in redazione a Danzica, in redazione a Milano Alessia Pé,, +48587696614)

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