World Bank Indicator IE.ICT.TOTL.GD.ZS

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Information and communication technology expenditure (% of GDP) Source: Africa Development Indicators Information and communications technology expenditures include computer hardware (computers, storage devices, printers, and other peripherals); computer software (operating systems, programming tools, utilities, applications, and internal software development); computer services (information technology consulting, computer and network systems integration, Web hosting, data processing services, and other services); and communications services (voice and data communications services) and wired and wireless communications equipment. World Information Technology and Services Alliance, Digital Planet: The Global Information Economy, and Global Insight, Inc.

Data Source : WORLD BANK
Number of Data columns : 7 Number of Data rows : 3150
Categories : development

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