Netherlands drops to list digital economies

Netherlands drops to list digital economies

Tech July 6, 2016 13:36

davos - Netherlands dropped two places in the ranking of digital economies. However, the Netherlands still occupies sixth place in the Global Information Technology Report by the World Economic Forum. The decrease is due to the fact that no improvement can be seen, but most other countries innovate faster.

Netherlands should Singapore, Finland, Sweden, Norway and the United States doing better. Norway and the United States were previously still under Netherlands.

The Dutch population is technically very skilled and has good access to the Internet, the report said. The government and the private sector to make good use of. The Netherlands is for example in third place when it comes to the use of information technology for communication between businesses and consumers. More and more companies adapt their business model and organization to the new developments.
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In other areas we are doing less: cost, for example, mobile Internet are high and also a broadband connection takes a relatively long and costs rise additionally.

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