Digital Agenda for Europe on Track to Deliver its Targets

DAEMore than 90% of the actions foreseen in the Digital Agenda for Europe (DAE) flagship initiative are completed or on track, according to a new European Commission communication on the progress of the Europe 2020 Strategy.

The use of the internet has now become widespread across the EU, ecommerce is gaining strength, e-government services have been developed and basic broadband coverage across the EU is complete. However the lack of high-speed broadband infrastructure is a major issue which could generate a new digital divide and foster social exclusion, especially in rural areas. 

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