back to article South Korea to sign up for Digital Economic Partnership Agreement

South Korea has initiated the process of joining the Digital Economic Partnership Agreement (DEPA), an expanding regional bloc of nations that seek to establish key rules and strengthen cooperation for digital trade. DEPA was inaugurated in June 2020, when Singapore, New Zealand, and Chile signed up. The text [PDF] of the …

  1. Anonymous Coward


    The goals seem laudable but, as the article points out, without more and bigger players this will probably turn into just another working group.

    Digital identity is a political landmine in the US. Fin-tech operating across borders is not something that China wants. Maybe there's some hope for bringing in some European countries. But I'm not holding my breath.

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