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Spain increasingly further away from the head in information technology

Spain increasingly further away from the head in information technology


The Spanish information technology market, a section that includes ‘hardware’, ‘software’ and computer and telematic services, reduced its weight from 1.75% of the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) in 2003 to 1.68% from last year. As if that were not enough, 45% of households still have an attitude of rejection of new technologies.

The telecommunications market (fixed and mobile telephony, Internet and equipment) also contracted last year in terms of GDP, from 3.64% to 3.51%. The DMR and AETIC study indicates that only in the case of Internet purchases does Spain exceed the average of its surrounding countries, while it is behind in online sales, and in the use of computers and the Internet .

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He pointed out that this “problem” is also present in Spanish households and advanced that, according to a study by Red.es that will be presented in the coming days, 45% of households still have an attitude of rejection of new technologies.

Along the same lines, the president of the Association of Electronics, Information Technology and Telecommunications Companies of Spain (AETIC), Jesús Banegas, stated that the low growth in the use of technology by Spanish companies is “insufficient” to reduce the existing “digital divide” with Europe.

Read the complete news at: elmundo.es