LatAm List – The global tech company Microsoft has plans to invest $1.1B into the Mexican ecosystem over the next five years to help improve digital technology for all Mexicans.
The investment “will focus on improving access to digital technology for citizens and businesses in Mexico,” commented Satya Nadella, CEO at Microsoft.
Microsoft will work towards investing in training programs for service provider companies, as well as creating a new database that will detail the current services available and the areas that lack sufficient digital access.
The Mexican President, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, said that the investment demonstrated that Mexico is an attractive economy thanks to stable inflation rates, good debt management, and a strong local currency.
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