EC to consult business over e-trade policy

The European Commission is to consult the IT sector over whether it thinks regulation or proactive support will help the creation...

The European Commission is to consult the IT sector over whether it thinks regulation or proactive support will help the creation of e-marketplaces.

Keith Nuthall

The EC has organised a workshop on 23-24 April in Brussels. Some 150 delegates from the e-business sector will attend.

The EC said the main objective would be to "identify future priorities for enterprise policy and standardisation, in order to facilitate the creation of open, non-discriminatory e-marketplaces in Europe".

It added, "[The workshop] should simultaneously help EC services to better understand the policy requirements associated with the establishment of e-marketplaces, and provide market makers with information on the role of standardisation and competition rules. This should in turn produce a clear collective view of how best to shape open e-marketplaces."

For more information e-mail entr-e-marketplaces@cec.eu.int

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