Global digital divide still 'alarming' - study

Thursday 24 April 2014 | 11:50 CET | News
A report by France's INSEAD, the World Economic Forum and Cornell University has highlighted the lack of progress in bridging the "alarming digital divide" between emerging and developing nations and the world's networked economies. According to The Global Information Technology Report 2014, less developed countries may miss out on many important benefits from ICT. Finland (1), Singapore (2), Sweden (3), The Netherlands (4), Norway (5) and Switzerland (6) all retained their positions from the previous year. The US moved up two places to seventh position, while Hong Kong (8) and the Republic

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