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Brazil Brazil Loses over 40,000 Jobs in January
Brazil lost 40,864 formal jobs in January, the 22nd consecutive month in which the country saw more firing than hiring, the country's Labor Ministry said on Friday.
Ecuador Ecuador Internet Penetration Up to 55.6% in 2016
Ecuador ended 2016 with a total internet penetration of 55.6 percent, according to the latest data from telecommunications ministry Mintel.
Brazil BBC Pulls Pay-TV Channels from Brazil and Latin America
The BBC has decided to stop broadcasting its BBC Earth, BBC Entertainment and CBeebies channels in Brazil and Latin America, amid low viewing figures and because it is unable to distribute its channels with every pay-TV operator, reports Noticias da TV.
Brazil Fixed Broadband Is Only Service to Grow in Brazil in 2016
Last year, fixed broadband was the only telecommunications service that registered growth in Brazil, adding 1.10 million new contracts (+4.33%), according to data from the National Telecommunications Agency (Anatel). However, from November 2016 to December 2016, the service reported a decrease of 0.58 percent in the number of contracts. TIM led in terms of subscriber growth (+29.04%) last year, followed by Sky (17.46%) and Cabo (14.38%).
Mexico Mexican OTT Market Up 40% to 6.7 mln Subs in 2016
The Mexican OTT market remains the most dynamic in Latin America, with the number of subscribers to video streaming platforms soaring 39.6 percent year on year to 6.7 million at the end of 2016.
Brazil Brazilian Telecom Complaints Slip 4% in 2016
Consumer complaints registered by Brazil's National Telecommunications Agency (Anatel) fell by 4 percent in 2016, compared to the previous year, when complaints reached 3.9 million.
Brazil Brazil Govt to Work with Industry to Change IT Law
The Brazilian government intends to work together with the industry to promote the necessary adjustments in the Information Technology Law before the final report of the WTO Panel, which will be officially known on 14 December and which is expected to condemn the industrial policies practised by Brazil.
Chile Chilean Internet Penetration Surges to 84% in Q3
Fixed and mobile internet connections in Chile reached 15.3 million accesses at the end of September 2016, over 2.4 million more than the year earlier, according to the latest quarterly report published by telecom regulator Subtel.
Brazil Brazil to Build Half Million Low-income Homes in 2017
Brazilian President Michel Temer said Wednesday the government will build 500,000 homes for low-income citizens in 2017. Temer made the announcement at a ceremony delivering such residential units in the city of Mogi das Cruzes, in Sao Paulo state.
Cuba Cubans Enjoy Free Internet Service at Home in Pilot Program
These days the historic center of Havana is buzzing with major news. This is not due to the arrival of an American cruise ship, the restoration of an antique building or an increase in tourism.
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