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Bruno Maçães

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Bruno Maçães

Bruno Maçães is a Member of ECIPE Advisory Board. He is also currently a Senior Advisor at Flint Global in London, where he advises companies on international politics, and a Senior Fellow at Renmin University, Beijing and the Hudson Institute in Washington. He was the Portuguese Europe Minister from 2013-2015, and was decorated by Spain and Romania for his services to government. He received his doctorate in political science from Harvard University, and was a research fellow at the American Enterprise Institute in Washington and the Carnegie Institute in Brussels. He has written for the Financial Times, Politico, the Guardian and Foreign Affairs, and appears regularly on CNN, the BBC, Bloomberg, Al Jazeera and CCTV.

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    A Digital Strategy for Europe

    By: Bruno Maçães 

    by Dr Bruno Macaes, Secretary of State for European Affairs, Government of Portugal The industrial internet – the network of intelligent machines, software analytics and people – would address the European productivity slowdown by providing a foundation for new businesses, new jobs and higher productivity. While the new Digital Single Market (DSM) strategy makes a number of valuable contributions, it is predominantly focused on the consumer side of...

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