E-business blowout

Messmer, Ellen
September 1998
Network World;09/28/98, Vol. 15 Issue 39, p53
Trade Publication
Focuses on business-business electronic commerce in the United States. Estimated value of business-business transactions conducted on the Internet; Implementation of systems for electronic data interchange by electronic data interchange; Details on the Energy Policy Act. INSET: Electronic commerce.


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