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DMEUROPE-20 June 2006-One-third of EU has no basic computer skills (C)2006 DMeurope.com (http://www.dmeurope.com) & DME Ltd. All rights reserved.
37 per cent of people who live in European Union member states and are aged between 16 and 74 have no basic computer skills, according to the figures on e-literacy published by Eurostat, the Statistical Office of the European Communities.
Of the member states surveyed, the countries with the highest percentage of computer illiteracy were Greece with 65 per cent, Italy with 59 per cent and Hungary with 57 per cent. More than half the populations are computer illiterate in Cyprus and …