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Tuesday, August 29, 2006 

Antigua & Barbuda: Taking Head-on ICT and business Development

"There is a direct relationship between the rate of economic and social development and the accessibility and affordability of technology. The use of ICTs is integral to the successful development of any business, Government business or Private Sector business," Dr. Mansoor says

This statement translates the government’s stance to expand ICTs and link up economic growth with balanced business models. By launching a public consultation about these issues, the Ministry of Information can be credited to take bold steps toward the dissemination of its national policy re ICT. And certainly, as part of this process there will be gains as to provide best practices vis-à-vis planning and regulations, and the role of ICT as a contributor to growth, labor quality and productivity.

The consultation kicks-off on August 31, 2006, Jolly Beach Resort, and for further insights click here.

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