These results demonstrate the high need to continue promoting technological development in the country, according to La República.
“The majority of Latin American countries are still in the last positions of the ranking”, the aforementioned website said. Colombia went from position 58 to 59; Mexico from 49 to 51, Brazil from 55 to 57 and lastly, Venezuela, which closes the group staying in the last position.
This ranking measures the ability of a country to adopt and explore digital technologies that allow a transformation in government practices, business models and society in general. It is determined from three pillars: Knowledge, Technology and Preparation for the future.
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