The medium-sized rural areas located in remote or rural areas have transportation and infrastructure networks more deficient than the larger cities and located at the poles of development. These deficiencies have negative effects on the socioeconomic development of these villages, increasing the character of surrounding areas. Among the various problems arising from this situation are the following:
- Reducing geographic mobility on the labor market and therefore greater difficulty in accessing new opportunities.
- A reduced access to international reference centers and economic engines of development.
- A lower rate of incorporation into the information society and knowledge, due to reduced presence and use of ICT and less efficient infrastructures.
- A less agile relationship between citizens and government to not take advantage of the full extent the advantages of e-government and e-goverment.
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