A solid and modern telecommunication infrastructure, a technologically-driven population and an enhanced e-banking system make Sao Paulo, Brazil, the place where high-tech vendors want to settle.
The process of privatizing Brazil's telecommunications started at the end of the 1990s, opening the market to local and foreign companies. Since then, Sao Paulo has become not only the leader of that market in Brazil but also in Latin America. It is the city where IT and telecommunication vendors have set up operations to supply equipment to the Brazilian market and neighboring countries like Argentina and Chile that have also developed a solid and modern telecommunication infrastructure in their capital cities.
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