Monday, July 11, 2016

New Technologies: Algeria, behind Morocco and Tunisia –

The Global Report on Information Technologies of the World Economic Forum ranks Algeria far behind its neighbors, including Morocco, Tunisia and Egypt.

Algeria is lagging behind in terms of ICT. Indeed, the Global Report on Information Technologies of the World Economic Forum, published on July 6, ranks Algeria behind Morocco, Tunisia and Egypt. <- {START TAG player: "12287-770280-Out - NetCapricorn" owner "ONE Video by AOL," for "ONE Video by AOL" - BEINJS} ->

This report identifies seven countries for their excellent performance in economic fruition of investments in information and communications technology (ICT). The edition 2016 index NRI (Networked Readiness Index) on preparedness networks instead Singapore topped the countries likely to use ICT to generate economic and social impacts. Former number one in 2014, the Finland figure for the second year running in second position, followed by Sweden (3rd), Norway (4th) and the US (5th). Other economies in the top 10 are the Netherlands, Switzerland, the UK, Luxembourg and Japan. For its part, Algeria is ranked at the 177th spot. The country’s President Bouteflika is positioned so far behind Egypt (96th), Tunisia (81st), Morocco (78th). Regarding the vision and efforts of governments to improve the regulatory framework for ICT, Algeria lags behind several African countries such as Gabon (125th), Mali (127th) and even Chad (139th) … The index NRI emphasizes that the most beautiful progressions are signed by a number of sub-Saharan Africa, including South Africa (65th place, up 10 points), Ethiopia (120th, up 10 points) and Côte d’Ivoire (106th, up 9 points).

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