The Argentine province seeks investors to conclude its last mile fiber connectivity, when the fiber network is taken closer to households.
The country's transport minister confirmed the creation of a trust fund to secure the financing of six contracts. International lenders, however, are reportedly wary of the mechanism.
In its biannual report, the UN's economic commission for Latin America and the Caribbean commended fiscal responsibility efforts in the region but expressed concern that public investment has fallen.
Gateways for Brazil's Internet for All program were erected in Brasília, Rio de Janeiro, Salvador, Campo Grande and Florianópolis and are operated from Brasília and Rio de Janeiro.
BNamericas takes a look at one of the public-private partnership projects that are expected to be developed in Honduras in the short or medium term.
Investments in the sector are considered key to reduce the country's high dependence on highways.
The plan represents an alternative to the international airport under construction in Mexico City and includes building two additional runways at Santa Lucía military airport, which would connect to existing Benito Juárez airport.