„Das Internet geht nicht mehr weg“

Dörpmund, Tim
May 2013
Textilwirtschaft;5/23/2013, Issue 21, p045
A statement from mathematician and author Günter Dueck on the future of online shopping is presented. The author examines the economic effects of online trade, discusses the rendering obsolete of entire segments of the economy, including travel agencies, banks, and specialty stores with the advent of online marketplaces.


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