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Find here the most recent analysis and data by country. A selection of key documents and graphs are shown about topics such as broadband, internet activity and skills, egovernment, ICT in schools, research and innovation, as well as other main indicators.
Digital Champion

The Digital Champion of Latvia

Reinis is the host of a weekly TV Tech Show and a radio Tech Show in Latvia. He also writes articles for a number of tech magazines.

"It has been a pleasure to support and assist the drive of Latvia to the digital future, engage in various events and inspire people both through press, radio and television here in Latvia. Going digital is a motto, but a meaningful one."

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Key themes covered were: eGovernment, eHealth, research and broadband

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New report on state of EU Telecommunications markets

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The European Commission just published a report on the telecommunications market and regulation in the EU, showing that investment in the field starts to grow again, data traffic is growing quickly, together with an increase in VoIP calls. However, huge discrepancies still exist among EU countries.

2014 Report on Implementation of the EU regulatory framework for electronic communications

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This is the 18th monitoring report on the electronic communications market and regulations, covering in particular key market and regulatory developments in 2012 and 2013. .

Report: 5th Digital Champions meeting, 25-26 November 2013

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Digital Champions met for the fifth time on 25-26 November in Brussels. One of the objectives of the meeting was to hear the Champions' priorities for 2014 and to find synergies with those of Vice-President Kroes and DG CONNECT. Another aim was to inform the DCs about available funding, such as the Structural Funds and to ensure that they were up-to-date with the latest policy developments.

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