Latin America

From floating banks to internet kiosks: these innovative projects are connecting Latin America

Carolina Gutierrez (center L), 17, and Neuil Valdez, 18, use mobile phones to connect to the internet at a hotspot in downtown Havana, Cuba, December 12, 2016. REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini - RTX2UQOG

Two-thirds of Latin Americans don't have internet access Image: REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini

Bas Burger
Chief Executive Officer, Global Services, BT Group
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