Honduras: $52 million for Investments in TIC

The government signed a trust agreement with Banco Atlantida to invest resources in the field of telecommunications and information technology.

Thursday, March 27, 2014

With this trust an investment fund will be created for investments that will allow projects to be implemented in the area of ​​telecommunications and information technologies.

"According to the contract, it is indicated that investments will be made in the area of ​​telecommunications and their applications in information technology and communication, as well as facilitating access to the internet."

"The trustee, Banco Atlantida, will run this investment fund in accordance with the terms of this contract. This initiative will lead to provision of telecommunication services and application of information technologies through network infrastructure, of any kind or through financial assistance. "

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