E-Commerce Yet to Improve Developing World

April 2002
World Trade;Apr2002, Vol. 15 Issue 4, p14
Trade Publication
Features a study from the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development concerning the impact of electronic commerce on the global economy. Influence of the Internet and information technology on world growth; Negative consequences of the failure of developing countries to adopt electronic commerce; Application of information and communication technologies to business.


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