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1 Action Research on E-Commerce for Small Artisans and Development Organizations : Pan Asia E-Commerce

@inproceedings{Orbeta20061AR,
  title={1 Action Research on E-Commerce for Small Artisans and Development Organizations : Pan Asia E-Commerce},
  author={A. Orbeta},
  year={2006}
}
In the World Bank’s World Development Prospectus 2001, the first of the four broad conclusions in the chapter assessing e-commerce in developing countries states: “Firms in developing countries should enjoy productivity gains and expanded demand with the spread of electronic commerce.” Many would scoff at this statement, especially given the collapse of Internet market values. But keen observers believe that “there is a big difference between believing in the new economy and in believing… Expand

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