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This paper estimates the demand for broadband technology in Latin America and quantifies the macroeconomic impact of
broadband technology on employment and productivity. While the total number of broadband access lines is 26.8 million and
has increased 38% in the last year, the region still needs to grow the number of lines by 41% (adding 11 million lines) to
respond to the needs of the economy. If that were to be achieved, it is estimated that the deployment could result in, at least,
378,000 new jobs.