UN E-Government Survey in Media

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E-Government Survey in Media


The last UN Survey on e-Government in the World notes that only three countries (on the 192 members states) are still not online (Central African Republic, Somalia and Zambia). But it underlines especially the huge divide which separates Northern and Southern countries. For example, the total internet bandwidth in Africa is equal to that of the Brazilian city of Sao Paulo.

Also, the total bandwidth in all of Latin America is equal to that in Seoul, Republic of Korea. United Nations thinks that an online population is projected to reach some 1.8 billion by 2010, less than 30 % of the worldwide population.

There are no countries in the top 35 from the African, Latin American, Central and Southern Asian regions.

Anyway, the UN survey give a lot of good practices in a lot of countries, region by region.

Source Date: 1/17/2008

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