Public-Private Dialogue on Digitally Enabled Services: Challenges and Opportunities
|Published Date||January 2023|
|Type of Publication||Proceedings|
|Publication Under||Committee on Trade and Investment (CTI), Group on Services (GOS)|
This summary report covers the key points of the discussions and policy recommendations from the Public-Private Dialogue (PPD) on Digitally Enabled Services: Challenges and Opportunities and serves as reference for all interested stakeholders. The PPD explored the challenges and opportunities in the development of digitally enabled services, particularly in financial, healthcare, education, and public services. Policy recommendations included utilizing regulatory sandboxes as a minimally regulated mechanism intended for innovative service trials, facilitating cross-border data flows, strengthening privacy protection and interoperability, enhancing consumer protection and trust, continuing dialogues with the private sector, strengthening international and regional collaboration, and promoting regulatory coherence in digital services trade.