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APEC Electronic Commerce Activities, 1999 update
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This paper reports initial results from a Secretariat survey of recent unilateral liberalisation and facilitation measures relevant to the growth of Internet-based electronic commerce.
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This second edition of the Global Action Plan for Electronic Commerce reflects a number of developments in the global discussions about electronic commerce since the first Global Action Plan was submitted.
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The aim of this paper is twofold. First, to begin a policy and regulatory evaluation of developments in telecommunication market openness and second, it is aimed at stimulating reflection on the issues that may need to be examined to enhance market liberalisation and market openness.
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Digital television, whether delivered via terrestrial transmissions, via satellite transmissions, via cable, or via some other medium, will be an important component in the audio-visual market.
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This paper focuses on the capacity requirements and price development for telecommunication infrastructure for business-to-business electronic commerce.
OECD Workshop on Defining and Measuring Electronic Commerce - 21 April 1999
What do we mean by e-commerce? What we want to measure and why? What can be measured? What are the policy needs and what type of indicators are needed? Which of the exi...
The development of an information society is expected to stimulate economic growth and productivity, create new economic activities as well as jobs.
This book represents one of the first analyses of the role of e-commerce in the broader economy, and addresses such issues as the impact of e-commerce on employment and on society as a whole, as well as its contribution to economic growth and efficiency.
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This Declaration was made by OECD Ministers at the conference, "A Borderless World: Realising the Potential of Global Electronic Commerce" in Ottawa, Canada on 7-9 October 1998 and serves as the basis for OECD privacy protection work since 1998.