Digital Landscape: Government Initiatives Fuel Digital Growth in Latin America

  • ID: 4307199
  • Report
  • Region: America, America (exc North), Latin America
  • 33 pages
  • Euromonitor International
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Latin America’s digital development is being fuelled by government action, especially through laws that encourage competition and implementation of projects that aim to extend fibre broadband among low-income consumers. The region is home to a growing middle class and fast-expanding cellular data consumption. Persistent income inequality and online security concerns need to be addressed for faster digital uptake.

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Digital Landscape: Government Initiatives Fuel Digital Growth in Latin America

June 2017
Introduction
Increasing Competition to Boost Digital Access
Markets to Watch in Latin America
MARKETS TO WATCH IN LATIN AMERICA
Digital Prospects for Latin America
Appendix
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