Data Act: BDI calls on German government to act

The Federation of German Industries (BDI) is calling on the German government to do more for the interests of German industry in the negotiations on the Data Act. For the German industry, it is essential “that the German government promptly agrees on a clear negotiating mandate for the EU Data Act and contributes constructively and resolutely to the dialogue in the Council and later in the trilogue,” writes the BDI in a position paper exclusively available to Europe.Table.

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