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The rise of Central Europe’s digital challengers
April 19, 2019. Voices Zelensky: Anatomy of a success.
In this article Zelensky argues that the CEE countries are to develop quite exponential due to the digital expertise. Countries like Romania, Estonia, Poland and others have different digital expertise that will definitely bring tremendous growth if choose to cross collaboration.
For instance, Romania is well known for software, RPA and cybersecurity. Estonia is notable and quite famous worldwide for e-governance and Poland is the CEE financial centre.
The author argues that the digital economy will bring over 200 billions to CEE countries by 2025. This is comparative to the GDP of Portugal.
“The countries of CE will only be able to capture the full potential of digital transformation by cooperating closely with each other. Together, they represent 1.4 trillion euros in GDP, making them equivalent of the twelfth-largest economy in the world. They also have high levels of market openness and similar levels of digitalisation, besides their cultural and historic commonalities. Additionally, the region’s countries face many similar challenges, such as the “brain drain” and need to reskill the workforce.”
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