The new legal framework in Panam obliges telecommunications companies to provide one percent of their gross billings to the development of the national network.
This week the National Assembly gave third reading to a bill aimed ad providing universal access to information technology.
Funds from the one percent checkoff would be used to develop the infrastructure needed to enable people in rural regions to gain access to communications networks.
Officials estimate the checkoff would provide about eight million dollars a year toward infrastructure projects.
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