Colombia is the OECD country that has the greatest difficulty in accessing a computer


RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – The Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) delivered the results it carries out annually to measure the scientific, technological and development of the Member States. Among the data, it was highlighted that Colombia ranked last among countries with access to a computer at home.

By 2020, South Korea had 71.6 households with a working computer, while Costa Rica had 50.5, followed by Subscribe to our Premium Membership Plan. Already subscribed?

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