Orange and European policy

Orange is an international telecommunications provider committed to innovation and next generation networks.

With worldwide investments over five billion euros in 2013 and 5000employees dedicated to innovation, Orange strives to offer our customers – persons as well as companies – innovative, easy to use and secure services.

As we have operations in 8 European Union Member States, the European political debate is crucial for Orange because the legal and regulatory framework is central in our ability to innovate and to operate. Indeed, it is at European level that the regulation on electronic communications infrastructure is defined; it is at European level that competition policy is orientated and implemented; lastly, it is at European scale that various rules governing the digital economy are being developed. Through an array of policies, partnerships, financial tools and instruments, the European Union can support and foster innovation in all its forms.

« Committed to Europe », Orange is an active contributor to ongoing debates that are structuring for our continent’s future. As a major economic player with a strong corporate responsibility, Orange plays its part in achieving the European Union’s economic and social ambitions. In this context, through the representation bureau in Brussels, Orange wishes to be a reliable partner for European Institutions in their elaboration of digital policies. Through our papers and contributions, we participate in an open and transparent manner, to the collective debate on legal and regulatory evolutions impacting our industry and, more widely, to the path that the European Union has to follow in order to restore growth, employment and competitiveness.

You will find in this section Orange’s vision for a restored digital growth. We hope they will also guide you on key European digital topics.

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last update: 28 October 2014