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|Title:||Tagging communication and information technology issues in developing countries|
|Citation:||Journal of Developing Areas, 2015; 49(1):399-408|
|Publisher:||Tennessee State University College of Business|
|Abstract:||It is important for developing countries to enact IT policies that enable them to take advantage of the new technologies and any consequent economic development. This paper attempts to gain an understanding of how developing countries, in particular Venezuela and Nepal, could incorporate information technology in the overall socio-economic development through a definite information technology strategy.|
|Keywords:||information technology; developing countries; Venezuela; Nepal; acquisition|
|Rights:||Copyright © 2015 The Journal of Developing Areas (TSU)|
|Appears in Collections:||Aurora harvest 3|
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