Slow rate improvement for EU’s digital economy


According to the Digital Economy & Society Index (DESI), Developments in Digital Public Services and Human Capital have all but stagnated this year.

The Digital Economy and Society Index (DESI) showed once again that the EU member states are at different levels of development and are progressing at different speeds

EU Digital Economy makes progress but at a slow rate and with great inequalities, according to the 2016 edition of the Digital Economy and Society Index (DESI).

The DESI 2016 revealed that both the European Union as a whole as well as individual Member States are progressing towards a digital economy and society. However, this progress is not fast and is not coherent.

Denmark, the Netherlands, Sweden, Finland and Belgium leads the DESI rankings and the Netherlands, Estonia, Germany, Malta,...

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