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Maria Ramstedt

Maria Ramstedt

Director Government & Industry Relations, Ericsson

Maria Ramstedt is currently Director for Government and Industry Relations at Ericsson, in charge of public policy affairs. She holds a Master of Laws Degree from Lund University, Sweden, and is specialized on International and EU law.

Ms Ramstedt has a wide experience from various positions in the Swedish Government Offices in Stockholm, as well as at the Swedish Permanent Representation to the EU in Brussels, Belgium, working on policy making and business legislation at EU level. Areas of expertise include EU Single Market Affairs, Competitiveness, International Trade and Trade policy, Standardization, Digitalisation and Telecommunications.

Given her long experience of working with technology policy issues and business legislation within government and EU institutions, Ms Ramstedt has a track record of managing public policy and negotiating complex and sensitive policy issues and business legislation.

Ms Ramstedt has managerial experience from the Swedish Ministry for Foreign Affairs, where she headed the Single Market Affairs Team, consisting of 14 lawyers and economists negotiating EU legal acts on the free movement of goods and services as well as the Free Flow of Data Regulation and the B2B Platforms Act.

Prior to joining Ericsson, Ms Ramstedt was Head of Department at the Swedish Ministry of Justice, managing migration policy.

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