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In Brief: Cambodia ranked 121st

In Brief: Cambodia ranked 121st

CAMBODIA has been ranked 121st in the world in an ICT development index report by the International Telecommunication Union, a Geneva-based organisation linking governments and the private sector. The ranking marks an improvement on Cambodia's position in 2002, the first year of the survey, when it made 126th. The latest figures, which are for 2007, place Cambodia the lowest within the Asean region. Cambodia was placed 119th on access to ICT, 149th on usage and 123rd in terms of ICT skills.

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