Digital Agenda for new governments
June 5, 2018
Technological, economic and social transformation will be greater in the next 10 years than in the previous 100. The new administrations in Latin America have the opportunity to decide how they will integrate their countries into the new digital knowledge economy to capture all its benefits.
In this context, the GSMA issued a series of public policy recommendations that the telecommunications industry considers essential for the digital agenda of the future.
Addressed to the next president of Mexico, this document sets out a series of public policy recommendations to foster the country’s digital development.
Submitted to the presidential candidates, this material proposes key elements of policy that will allow Colombia to increase internet access and strengthen its production capacity.
The next government of Brazil will have a crucial role in the country’s digital transformation. The creation of a Digital Agenda with a long-term vision to promote investment in infrastructure and the development and supply of new services will be necessary.