Gorvett, Jon
September 2000
Middle East;Sep2000, Issue 304, p35
Reports on the growth of the Internet industry in Turkey. Increase in the number of Internet users; Creation of the INTURNET consortium in 1996; Competition in the Internet service provider market with the launch of several companies like Superonline; Impact of electronic commerce on tourism.


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