The policy and regulatory issues facing the digital economy in Latin America were the topic of a roundtable discussion at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona on February 28, 2018. The roundtable was co-organised by the CAF Development Bank of Latin America, the mobile operators’ association GSMA and Cullen International. The recommendations of a study prepared for CAF by Cullen International on 'Regional and Sub-regional approaches to the Digital Economy' were presented and discussed.
Key stakeholders from Latin America, including government ministries, regulators, operators, international organisations, and sector associations participated in the debate. There was agreement that the region would greatly benefit from more harmonised and coordinated strategies and actions, and concrete steps are needed to move forward.
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