Digital strategy: Europe largely absent

Federal Minister of Digital Affairs, Volker Wissing (FDP), and his cabinet colleagues are focusing on a policy of small steps: Wissing wants to lead Germany into the TOP 10 of the EU’s DESI ranking. DESI is a controversial measurement of the digitization degree of EU members, and the composition and weighting of its indicators are changed regularly – but the fact that Germany does not have a high ranking has multiple reasons.

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