CCIA Joins Statement Supporting Efforts to Update Digital Trade Rules At WTO

BY Heather Greenfield
January 28, 2021

Washington — The Computer & Communications Industry Association joined dozens of other organizations in a joint statement supporting work to update trade rules for the 21st Century at the World Trade Organization. The statement urges those involved in the Joint Statement Initiative on E-Commerce to develop a framework that ensures the movement of data across borders, which is critical to global delivery of goods and services across industry sectors.

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