Panama promotes universal internet access
The new legal framework in Panam obliges telecommunications companies to provide one percent of their gross billings to the development of the national network.
Tuesday, July 1, 2008
This week the National Assembly gave third reading to a bill aimed ad providing universal access to information technology.
With an investment of $ 8 million, the transnational opened a Center in the Belen area.
The English company has officially announced the installation of a center for information technology and software development for the financial industry.
Panama is the only country in the region which has improved considerably in the use of information technology in the last year.
The aim of the event, by Proesa, is to facilitate international contacts for young Salvadoran entrepreneurs from the sector and is expected to have 100 participants.
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