Latin America

Less than 50% of Latin America has fixed broadband. Here are 3 ways to boost the region's digital access

Bolivians attend a lesson on how to use smartphones for virtual home schooling. Image: Reuters/Claudia Morales

Franz Drees-Gross

Director of Infrastructure, Latin America and Caribbean Region, World Bank

Pepe Zhang

Associate Director and Fellow, Atlantic Council’s Adrienne Arsht Latin America Center

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