B2B E-Marketplace Adoption in Agriculture

  title={B2B E-Marketplace Adoption in Agriculture},
  author={Xiaoping Zheng and Chunxia Wu and Dong Tian and Xiaoshuan Zhang},
  journal={J. Softw.},
The Internet provides new opportunities and challenges for agricultural product marketing. [] Key Result Furthermore, E-marketplace adoption in agriculture still faces technology and collaboration barriers.

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