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A recent study by the Organization for EconomicCooperation and Development ranks OECD member nations by their numbers of subscribers to high-speed Internet services, or broadband (OECD, 2001). Inter-estingly, South Korea has taken a spectacular lead in both the number of broadband connections and in subscription rates. Last June, The Economist published OECD figures for year-end 2000 showing that Korea had about 9 subscribers per 100 inhabitants (Economist, 2001c). Canada was next with 4.5 per 100, followed by the U.S. with just over 2 subscribers

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