The EU’s Digital Single Market strategy could create regulatory arbitrage between several sectors, including e-commerce and cybersecurity, with the payments industry caught in the middle.
Brussels announced last year the agreement to give consumers better access to digital goods and services across borders.
However, the project could undermine and confuse national authorities which still have to transpose new payments laws into their local legislation, industry experts have said.
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