Can economic growth in some developing countries be linked to spread of mobile phone and internet?
Some of world's developing economies are gaining momentum, just in last decade. Can this be linked to cellular technology, and wide spread use of internet.
I believe it definitely can be linked. The developing countries are able to buy and sell outside of their own borders using the internet; also the development or enhancement to their products can be researched using the internet. Ours is a life of instant, right now demands and the phone/internet makes it happen.
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