Agenda for ICT Development in El Salvador

It is vital for the nation's economy that an agenda on Information and Communication Technologies be developed, accompanied by the relevant legislation.

Friday, May 17, 2013

Peter Argumedo, senior researcher at Fusades called for swift approval in the Legislative Assembly of the draft laws related to computer security, in order to promote an investment climate. "An economy must be competitive so that it can be linked to global production chains. If not, this will take away its capacity to create jobs," he said.

"The need for legislation to protect against computer crime is a reality that is echoed on several fronts, but another important issue is the streamlining of procedures, a factor that also improves the business climate", noted an article in

"One of the most tangible efforts by the government, is the page. The director of the Registry of Commerce, Francisco Guerrero, said that this platform, is "unique in the world" because with a single operation various state services can be obtained. "

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Telecommunications Forum in Costa Rica

September 2014

On October 30th and 31st companies from the sector will gather together in San Jose to discuss issues such as internet governance, mobility and telecom investment.

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For 2014. the 6th edition will be held again at Real Intercontinental Hotel located in Escazu.

Advances in Technology Use in Panama

April 2013

Investments by Panama are resulting in it being positioned next to Chile in the 2013 Information Technology ranking by the World Economic Forum.

The availability of free internet nationwide in 'infoplazas', the provision of computers with Internet access to schools and the implementation of e-government, has allowed Panama to advance its use of new technologies in Latin America.

First ICT Fair in El Salvador

November 2011

With the support of private enterprise and the Government, from November 29th to December 1st, the first Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) Fair will be held.

The aim of the fair is to promote the use and application of information and communications technology, said Gilberto Lara from the company Connection, promoter of the event.

El Salvador Held Back in Telecommunications

July 2009

Only 8% of the homes have a computer, and 3% have internet access, according to data from the statistics authority.

Lack of an integral agenda for developing the telecommunications sector (adequate legislation, investment, etc.) is hampering economic development in the country, said Pedro Argumendo, from the Salvadoran Foundation for Social and Economic Development, also known as Fusades.

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