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"Tech Industry 'Disappointed' Data isn't in EU-Japan Trade Deal"

Politico Europe, December 8, 2017

By Laurens Cerulus

According to Thomas Boué [with] BSA|The Software Alliance, “21st-century trade agreements need to reflect the modern economy and establish rules that will permit data to flow freely, without undue barriers or regulatory impediments.”

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Original Posting: https://www.politico.eu/pro/tech-industry-disappointed-data-isnt-in-eu-japan-trade-deal/.  

12/8/2017
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