Productivity falls between 1.8% and 2.4% in 2023, confirming the slowdown trend of the last 15 years.
Concession terms in Chile are the longest among OECD countries: The National Commission for Evaluation and Productivity recommends changing Chile’s spectrum concession model for more efficiency.
CNEP creates a georeferenced map that visualizes fixed internet coverage and finds that 21,600 km of optical fiber is still needed to provide high-speed connectivity to all households.
Chile's Fiber Optic Map
Most people do not use the Internet for productive purposes, and it would take decades to improve the digital skills that the population claims to need.
The timeframes for processing telecommunications concessions exceed legal norms by nearly 120%, and conflicts within the sector’s institutional framework exist.