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Which Latin American nation is top for digital?

Thierry Geiger
Head, Benchmarking Practice, World Economic Forum
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Más detalles en español: ¿Qué país latinoamericano es líder en tecnología digital?

Chile has one of the most competitive markets for digital communications in the world and comes top for digital readiness among Latin American and Caribbean nations, according to the latest Networked Readiness Index (NRI) from the World Economic Forum. The country also does well on social impact and comes 7th globally on e-participation.

The NRI is part of the World Economic Forum’s Global Information Technology Report 2015: ICTs for Inclusive Growth and scores nations on four counts of their readiness to exploit new digital technologies: 1) the regulatory and business environment, 2) infrastructure, affordability, and skills, 3) usage by businesses, individuals and government, and 4) social and economic impact.

Here are the top 10 Latin American and Caribbean digital nations:

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See also our Global Top 10 and league tables for Europe, North Africa and the Middle East, sub-Saharan Africa, and Asia.

Explore the Networked Readiness Index by using the heatmap below.

Image: Parabolic antennas in the Atacama desert. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado 

Author: Thierry Geiger, Associate Director, Economist, Global Benchmarking Network, Global Competitiveness and Risk, World Economic Forum

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