Factors influencing e-commerce development: Implications for the developing countries

  title={Factors influencing e-commerce development: Implications for the developing countries},
  author={Christian Mbayo Kabango and Asa Romeo Asa},
The rapid growth of E-Commerce initiatives in the world reflects its compelling advantages, such as enhanced governmental performance, lower cost structure, greater flexibility, broader scale and scope of services, greater transparency, accountability, and faster transactions. This study aims to determine the connection and effects that attitudes have on e-commerce is paramount to developing e-commerce. In developing countries, IT and communication or rather e-commerce growth are substantial… Expand

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