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The diffusion of ICTs in developing countries is growing steadily, but except for some East Asian countries that are straddling the line between developed and developing status (notably the Republic of Korea and Singapore), developing countries remain far behind developed ones in the adoption of ICTs and their use by enterprises. Among ICTs, mobile phones are often threshold technologies in many developing countries, and broadband Internet will be essential for developing an information economy (and integrating it at the regional and global levels).

Related Subject(s): Economic and Social Development
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