Real progress in transatlantic digital policy will require focus and commitment to tackle hard problems. A serious commitment to the exercise—and a willingness to tackle data transfers, competition policy, and digital taxes, along with other crucial issues—could yield significant results, allowing the U.S.-EU partnership to become truly the leaders of the global digital economy.  

Frances Burwell and Kenneth Propp

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