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DEFINITION: International Internet bandwidth is the contracted capacity of international connections between countries for transmitting Internet traffic.


High income OECD countries 4.16 million Mbps 2004
Group of 7 countries (G7) 2.87 million Mbps 2004
NATO countries 2.65 million Mbps 2004
European Union 2.64 million Mbps 2004
Heavily indebted countries 1.71 million Mbps 2002
Europe 1.56 million Mbps 2002
Eurozone 1.48 million Mbps 2004
Non-religious countries 1.25 million Mbps 2004
Catholic countries 529,607.32 Mbps 2004
Former British colonies 497,622.29 Mbps 2002
Emerging markets 243,097.88 Mbps 2004
East Asia and Pacific 79,573.17 Mbps 2002
Former Spanish colonies 19,728.8 Mbps 2002
South Asia 13,169.28 Mbps 2004
Muslim countries 7,750.08 Mbps 2002
Former Soviet republics 7,135.49 Mbps 2002
Middle Eastern and North Africa 5,383.3 Mbps 2002
OPEC countries 3,138.3 Mbps 2002
Sub-Saharan Africa 1,034.34 Mbps 2002
Former French colonies 1,015.69 Mbps 2002

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