The European Union has put forth an ambitious proposal for how countries can eliminate barriers to e-commerce and protect businesses and consumers engaged in online transactions. But parts of the proposal, published Friday as part of a World Trade Organization initiative that includes the U.S. and China, are likely to face opposition.

The list includes a commitment to keeping electronic services free of duties, calls for net neutrality and demands that countries stop requiring access to source code.

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