December 15, 2021

BRUSSELS – Global tech trade association ITI - the Information Technology Industry Council - issued the following statement from its Vice-President and Director General for Europe, Guido Lobrano, on the European Parliament plenary vote on the Digital Markets Act (DMA):

“We strongly support free and undistorted competition as key to promoting innovation and consumer welfare. Our business community is committed to addressing challenges arising from digitalisation, in the EU and globally, and share the MEPs dedication to this important file. Looking ahead, we will continue to work with policymakers to ensure they focus on preserving key procedural and substantive protections for all in the DMA and ensuring they achieve goal of streamlining proceedings while retaining accurate and balanced rules.”

Read ITI’s recent letter to the MEPs on the DMA here.

Public Policy Tags: Trade & Investment