How tech is changing Latin America’s corporate landscape

Examples of technological change. An interview with Microsoft’s CEO for Latin America. The Philippines, a country of 104 million inhabitants, a bit less than Mexico’s 127 million, is the nation that takes and uploads to the internet the largest number of selfies in the world. It is also one of the planet’s major per capita users of Facebook, said the CEO for Latin America of Microsoft, César Cernuda, in an interview with Latin Trade. One of the main drivers of this extensive use of information technology is age. In the Philippines, the population under 19 is close to 42 percent of the total. Youth, to an extent, Cernuda said, are the ones closing the digital gap between developed and emerging […]

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