The Spanish giant's Mexican unit tells BNamericas that it seeks a "fair environment that encourages investment," as reports swirl of a possible sale.
The three-day training was carried out within the framework of a technical cooperation agreement between the IDB and Agesic.
The company's recently named CEO for Mexico, Laurent Therivel, said AT&T will focus investments on increasing the capacity of its network
Electronics association Abinee said the decision highlights the importance of maintaining the current IT policy in Brazil and gave it legitimacy "with the due caveats."
The latest BNamericas ICT Intelligence Series report outlines the major trends that are expected to achieve milestones in Latin America in the upcoming year.
The companies will offer connectivity in remote areas of the country at speeds of up to 30Mbps for businesses and 20Mbps for residential customers.