The European Union plans closer cooperation with countries in the Indo-Pacific region in the digital sector. As part of the Indo-Pacific strategy that the European Commission will present next week, the EU wants to seek digital partnership agreements with Japan, South Korea and Singapore, Bloomberg reported on Thursday. According to the report, the agreements aim to create standards for technologies such as artificial intelligence and strengthen the exchange of trusted data. The EU also wants to work on improving supply chains for semiconductors.
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