Study: 43% of countries left behind in e-infrastructure
October 4, 2023
Other key findings include:
96 per cent of analysed African countries fall within the ‘poor e-infrastructure’ category. Only one of the analysed African countries — Kenya — has higher-than-average e-infrastructure. Kenya also has a low GDP per capita (€2k), proving that wealth of a country is not the only factor driving e-infrastructure development.
The majority of European countries enjoy a well-developed electronic infrastructure. Only 13 per cent of the continent’s countries there rank lower than average: Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Moldova and North Macedonia.