IT development stalled in Latin America
Latin America's main problem is that information technology growth has stalled, according to a report in La Prensa of Honduras.
Friday, June 20, 2008
A new ranking from the World Economic Forum shows that Mexico, Brazil, Argentina and most other Latin American countries are losing ground to countries from the Middle East, Asia and Europe in terms of connecting to the Internet.
Costa Rica leads in Central America (position 49 in the world), followed by Panama (58), El Salvador (81), Guatemala (83), Honduras (106) and Nicaragua (125).
Panama is the only country in the region which has improved considerably in the use of information technology in the last year.
Every year Switzerland sells about 50 thousand tons for which it receives $1.98 billion, earning a return on its coffee exports which is 5 times higher than in Germany.
If you still believe that being productive means working more hours and adding more people to the task, you could be very wrong.
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