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Central America maintains its mystique as 'the final frontier', with some privatization and market entry opportunities, such as Honduras. But it is also home to two markets, Costa Rica and Panama, that are shaping up to rival the most advanced markets of South America, and cross-border projects like Redca could help to bring the stragglers up to that level.
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The pair at the top
Despite Costa Ricas greater penetration of PCs, it is Panama that is making most progress in terms of a national broadband plan, started in 2010 and revamped in 2013 with goals for 2022.
Bringing it all together
In several of these countries the Redca network is physically ready and merely awaiting permits to become active. Panama is in fact building its third internal transmission line for electricity, with fiber built-in.
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