Latin Technology Ranking
El Salvador's score improved most, while Honduras and Nicaragua were the worst. Venezuela has replaced Costa Rica in the fourth-highest technology level.
Wednesday, May 28, 2008
Helped by a strong increase in wireless, PC, Internet and broadband penetration, Latin America is boosting its technology level, according to the third annual Latin Technology Index from Latin Business Chronicle.
The region places between 56 and 125 in the world in harnessing information and telecommunication technologies (ICTs).
Central America: Costa Rica first (55 in the world), followed by Panamá (59), El Salvador (77), Guatemala (80), Honduras (89), Nicaragua (115).
After Chile, Costa Rica is the country with the best conditions in Latin America for trade and business, according to a study from the World Economic Forum.
The rankings industry continues outputting information that many times is not only inaccurate, but also disguised advertising.
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