Future in which EU must invest

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Without neglecting health policy, to which eEuropa.blog will return shortly, if the EU wants to compete with other global giants and, above all, write the rules with others to promote our principles and values, it will have to invest human and financial capital in the new technological frontiers.

The alternative is to depend on the technology and rules of others. But the challenges at stake, both for the economy and for human beings and their well-being, are such that Europe will not be able to stand by.

 

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