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  • A man is sitting at a window holding a laptop and a mobile phone - symbol for the Digital Agenda; Source: Getty Images/Albert Mollon

    In focus - Digital Agenda

    Digital Agenda

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  • Museum Brandhorst depicted to symbolise the cultural and creative industries; Quelle: iStock.com/tichr

    Topic - Cultural and creative industries

    Cultural and creative industries

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  • Computer chip and gas fiber, symbolic of digitisation; Source: Getty Images / Rafe Swan

    Topic - Digitisation

    Taking control of the digital transformation

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  • Network cable on the subject of digital politics

    06/10/2017 - Press release - Digitisation

    Press release: Economic Affairs Ministry moots better ways of coordinating digitalisation policy and potential establishment of digital agency.

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  • Dirk Wiese, Parliamentary State Secretary at the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy

    26/09/2017 - Press release - Digital Technologies

    Press release: State Secretary Wiese: European cloud initiatives give key boost to the Digital Single Market

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  • Free WLAN

    22/09/2017 - Press release - Internet Policy

    Press release: Minister Zypries: Way ahead clear for more public WiFi

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  • Network cables; Quelle: dpa

    Topic - Internet Policy

    Internet Policy

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  • Abstract illustration of the Internet, symbolic for Internet Governance

    19/07/2017 - Press release - International Digital Policy

    Press release: Germany is candidate to host 2019 Internet Governance Forum

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  • Construction of track rails symbolizes Investment Strategy; Source: Getty Images/Thomas Trutschel

    Topic - Investment Strategy

    Boosting investment

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  • Meeting in Meseberg; Source: Bundesregierung/Guido Bergmann

    25/05/2016 - Press release - Digitisation

    Press release: Minister Gabriel: We need to think further ahead about digitisation

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