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In order to keep the further development of Information Engineering (IE) one step ahead of the fast expansion of the technical possibilities and the rapid developments of electronic services, a continual input of new ideas, experiences and conclusions must be safeguarded. This input must be related to the actual potential and activities of the information providers, users and information politicians in the various countries of the European Economic Area. For this report the 17 Member States' country reports of the Member States' study (MSSTUDY) were screened for a relevant input for IE and additional data were collected for IE-relevant priorities, potential, discussions and activities in Germany.

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Authors: BREDEMEIER W, Institute for Information Economics, Hattingen (DE)
Bibliographic Reference: Report: EN (1997) 128pp., free of charge
Availability: Available from the European Commission, DG XIII, L-2920 Luxembourg (LU)
ISBN: ISBN 92-828-3602-9
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