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Developments in cross-border eCommerce and electronic trust services can be a game changer for businesses in the Eastern partner countries looking to develop their trade with neighboring countries and the EU. In recent months, EU4Digital has carried out a series of pilot projects testing solutions in eCommerce, eDelivery and eSignature, which, applied across the region, can provide the keys to unlock the digital economy. The stories below look at how these projects unfolded and their potential impact looking forward.

Cutting through the paper chain: EU opens the digital path to trade in Ukraine

Endless paperwork, delays and the risk of data loss – these are common challenges faced by Ukrainian businesses involved in international trade. But good news is at hand in the form of eDelivery, a secure electronic data and document exchange channel, recently tested in Ukraine through a pilot project supported by the EU4Digital initiative, and which could soon be applied by all Ukrainian companies.
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Building on the success of eDelivery solution pilots: new Moldova - Ukraine pilot to be launched in December

 

Building on the recommendations of the eDelivery solution tested by EU4Digital with Ukraine and Armenia, Moldova is now preparing to pilot the activity in partnership with Ukraine.
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Click for trade: EU4Digital helping Azerbaijan to set up for eCommerce

 

 
A ‘virtual warehouse’ has allowed an Azerbaijani craft business to sell to a German buyer, testing a new one-click approach to eCommerce, with the help of EU4Digital.
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Just one click for the European market - how the EU supports eCommerce in Georgia

Two Georgian companies have taken part in the EU4Digital pilot project to test a solution for the automatic exchange of eCommerce data between Armenia, Georgia, Azerbaijan and EU Member state Germany. All the key information about their products is now stored in a virtual warehouse, from where the data can be shared to the major international eCommerce platforms.
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Selling Armenian socks to Germany: EU4Digital bringing EU markets closer through eCommerce support

The Armenian “Zeal Socks” brand has launched itself on the German eBay online marketplace in a simple and fast way – an opportunity provided to the company by an eCommerce pilot launched by the EU4Digital initiative. What has the pilot achieved, and what does its expansion mean for Armenian business?
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eSignature: taking a step towards the digital future

Imagine that you own a small business and spend hours every week signing documents. Wouldn’t it be easier if you knew that you could sign the documents electronically, at any time, from any part of the world, using an electronic ID that can be easily recognised as authentic by other parties?
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eSignature and Ukraine: leading the way towards faster and easier international business exchanges

Can Ukraine compete with Japan in the introduction of digital technologies? Indeed it can. The proof is the EU4Digital cross-border eSignature pilot, which recently tested the interoperation of cross-border eSignature between Moldova, Ukraine, and Estonia, aiming to increase readiness for cross-border mutual recognition. 
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