El Economista | Estrategia Digital Nacional llega Tarde e Incompleta: Analistas

El Economista | Estrategia Digital Nacional llega Tarde e Incompleta: Analistas

On August 16, The National Commission for Regulatory Improvement published a document containing the National Digital Strategy proposed by the federal government, which aims to roll out “the set of actions that the Government of Mexico is carrying out to enable the efficient, democratic and inclusive use and development of Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs)”.

Access Partnership’s Chris Casarrubias spoke with Rodrigo Riquelme on the need for a cross-cutting digital transformation that, beyond the government sector, impacts other key sectors of the Mexican economy: manufacturing, tourism, the petrochemical industry, etc.

Available to read in Spanish here.

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