The Telegraph: What the UK Could Learn From the US on State Aid Rules

The Telegraph: What the UK Could Learn From the US on State Aid Rules

Access Partnership’s Policy Manager, Tiernan Kenny, spoke to The Telegraph on some of the reasons behind the success of the US tech industry:

“The US set up that agency (DARPA) and brought a lot of smart people together. It ended up being very influential on the founding of the Internet, but it was more the people that left that went on to invent the industry.”

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