Greek digital economy lagging due to weak demand, lack of skills

Society

Greece’s digital economy is being held back by a weak demand for internet services, low levels of digital skills as well as suspicion about doing business online, a new EU-wide survey published this week has found.

Greece ranks 26th out of the 28 EU member states, according to the 2015 Digital Economy and Society Index (DESI).

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