Increasing technology use in all sectors of the economy is an important driver of growth in developing countries. In a pair of reports covering 10 countries, ITIF finds that joining the Information Technology Agreement—an international pact eliminating tariffs on hundreds of ICT products—could boost their economies by billions of dollars and generate new tax revenue to offset some or all of the tariff they would forgo, making it a win-win economic policy.
- Back to report on Argentina, Cambodia, Chile, Kenya, Pakistan, and South Africa.
- Back to report on Indonesia, Laos, Sri Lanka, and Vietnam.
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