The hardest part about getting 5G technology in Argentina may be managing the US-China battle for regional dominance.
Diego Laje is an emerging markets business correspondent covering South America. His work appeared on CNN, The New York Times, BBC, AFP, AP, NHK World... , and other outlets. He mainly covers sustainability, energy, international business and innovation. He holds a BA in Political Science from St. Andrews' University and an MA in Journalism from the University of Hong Kong.
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