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Cuba Cuban Mobile Lines Hit 3 mln - Etecsa
The total number of mobile lines in Cuba reached the milestone of 3 million in April, according to data from state-owned telecommunications operator Etecsa published on the Juventud Rebelde portal.
Brazil Brazil Internet Companies Earn BRL 25.1 bln in 2014
Brazilian communications companies (including multimedia, network access and VoIP providers) achieved BRL 25.1 billion in revenues in 2014, up 24.3 percent.
Brazil Brazil Government Partners Facebook on Digital Inclusion
Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff has announced a partnership by the federal government with Facebook to broaden digital inclusion and network access in the country, reports Reuters.
Mexico Mexico Reaches 22.8 mln Mobile Broadband Connections
Mexico had a total of 22.8 million mobile broadband accesses by the end of 2014, according to a recent study by local telecoms consultancy firm The CIU.
Brazil Brazil's President Urges Stricter Rules on Outsourcing
Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff Thursday called for greater regulation on outsourcing, saying a bill that would relax current restrictions on outsourcing should not lead to job insecurity.
Brazil Global Women Summit Opens in Sao Paulo
The 2015 Global Summit of Women opens here Thursday in the largest city of Brazil, bringing over 1,000 women politicians and entrepreneurs.
Mexico Mexican President Unveils Reform Bill to Fight Organized Crime
Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto announced Thursday a 10-point reform bill that will unify Mexico's multi-layered police forces and stop collusion between government officials and local gangs, a move to defuse nationwide anger over the abduction and possible massacre of 43 students.
Brazil Brazilian President Names New Economic Team
Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff on Thursday nominated members of the economic team for her second presidential term starting from January 2015.
Brazil GVT Broadband Named Best in Brazil Survey
GVT's broadband service was chosen for the sixth consecutive year as the best in Brazil based on a survey of readers of the magazine and portal Info.
Brazil Brazil's Rousseff Vows to Restore Economic Growth in 2nd Term
BRASILIA, Jan. 1 (Xinhua) -- Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff, who kicked off a second term Thursday, vowed that restoring economic growth will be a priority of her new administration. "Brazil is determined to resume growth," said Rousseff in her first speech to the parliament, adding that "the first steps of this journey are an overhaul of public accounts, increasing domestic savings, beefing up investments and improving productivity."
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