The European Union is continuously developing policies and strategies for economic digitalization.

These are some of the most important bets currently in this area:

  • Digital Single Market: the EU is committed to creating a digital single market covering all 27 member countries. This involves eliminating the restrictions and barriers that currently exist in fields such as data protection, copyright and e-commerce. The aim is to promote innovation and economic expansion in the digital industry.


  • Artificial Intelligence (AI): The EU is working on developing a truthful and ethical strategy for AI, focusing on boosting AI research and development AND establishing appropriate standards and regulations to ensure its safe and responsible use.


  • Cybersecurity: The EU is strengthening its policies and capabilities in this area to protect critical infrastructure, personal data and businesses from cyber threats.


  • Data Economy: The EU is promoting the free flow of data between member countries. At the same time, they are developing legal and technical frameworks to facilitate the secure and efficient exchange of data in different sectors of the economy to ensure privacy and protection of personal data.


  • Digital infrastructure: The EU is investing in the deployment of high-speed digital infrastructure, such as broadband and 5G networks, to ensure connectivity and equal access to digital services across the Union.