E-Commerce and E-Business
by Zorayda Ruth Andam
Publisher: Wikibooks 2003
Number of pages: 47
Internet commerce is a powerful tool in the economic growth of developing countries. However, this is premised on strong political will and good governance, as well as on a responsible and supportive private sector within an effective policy framework. This primer seeks to provide policy guidelines toward this end.
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