In the wake of the digital revolution, putting vowels in front of words to signify their whizzy tech credentials has started to lose its meaning. But boosting the ‘e’ in cross-border commerce will drive a thriving digital economy.
With the new Juncker Commission last summer came a refreshed set of priorities. This included the progression of the digital single market, with more detailed legislative proposals expected this autumn. But what is the digital single market, and what could it mean for UK businesses and consumers?