Morocco’s Tech Challenge: Literacy

November 3rd, 2007 |
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In a country marked by influences — Berber, Arab, Jewish, French, Spanish — Morocco faces the challenge of absorbing one more: information technology. Countries like India, China, Brazil and Nigeria have seen the astonishing impact that simple PCs can have on an economy – but the key to unlocking the potential of an information-driven workforce is always the same — education. Morocco wants to create its own Silicon Valley. Intel Chairman Craig Barrett visited the country to reaffirm the company’s commitment to helping Morocco shorten its road to literacy. PodTech’s Jason Lopez filed this podcast

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