The Digital Economy

To the G20: It’s time for universal connectivity and to digitalize small enterprises

Aerial view of a lighted city at night: Universal connectivity remains a foundational recommendation to G20 members in 2022.

Universal connectivity remains a foundational recommendation to G20 members in 2022. Image: Unsplash/Nastya Dulhiier

Börje Ekholm
President and Chief Executive Officer, Ericsson
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