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[FYI] Global Business Dialogue
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CORDIS RTD-NEWS/c European Communities, 1999.
Record Control Number: 13208
Leaders of the Internet industry from around the
world will be meeting with government
representatives and international organisations at
the 1999 GBDe CEOs Conference being held in Paris
on 13 September 1999.
The results of an ongoing consultation process
with hundreds of companies and trade associations
will be presented at the invitation-only
The event aims to bring together the conflicting
policies and patchwork regulations of Internet
users around the globe, so the potential of the
on-line economy can be fully realised.
This is the primary objective of the GBDe, which
was officially launched on 14 January 1999 at a
meeting of key CEOs in the Internet industry.
The CEOs of the Business Steering Committee said:
'Achieving such a framework will require
commitment and cooperation on all our parts, and
on the parts of governments and intergovernmental
organisations with whom we actively consult.
Nevertheless, because of the skills, commitment
and leadership represented among these companies,
we are convinced that we can work together to
realise the full potential of e-commerce to
increase prosperity, create jobs and change
Data Source Provider: Electronic commerce website.
Document Reference: Information provided by the
GBDe conference website.
Subject Index Codes: Information Processing,
For further information please see the GBDe CEO
Conference 1999 website, at: