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New technologies are being developed at a tremedous pace. They are transforming the political, economic and social relations in ways that often present unique challenges to public policy-makers, who must plan for the future in a landscape which global technological integration is constantly changing. This text brings together contributions from international organizations in the fields of trade, competition and intellectual property regulation to reflect on the future of public policy in an era of global technological integration.