Estonia’s EU presidency could finally bring real tech savviness to EU politics


On July 1 one of the smallest countries in Europe took over the rotating Presidency of the EU for the next six months. Estonia stands poised to make an impact far larger than its size as a part of the EU on labor and economic policy with its expertise in digital legislation. Estonia was bumped up into the role, after the unexpected and still shocking exit vote of Britain from the EU last year. Estonia’s progressive highly skilled immigration and startup business policies could have a profound impact not just on the EU as a whole but on member states labor…

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