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    • Adoption of e-commerce by organisations in Botswana 

      Machu, Maano (2013)
      This research is an investigation of the adoption of e-commerce by organisations in Botswana. E-commerce has the potential to uplift organisations in developing countries in terms of higher profits, increased productivity ...
    • An analysis of the alternatives to impose direct taxes on income from non-resident app stores 

      Leo, Lauren Alexia (North-West University (South Africa) , Potchefstroom Campus, 2016)
      The debate on the appropriateness of the current international tax framework to address electronic commerce business models has been ongoing for almost two decades with little resolution on alternatives for reform. One of ...
    • Combating crime in international electronic commerce 

      Kouamo, Juliette Armelle (2013)
      Electronic commerce, broadly defined as doing business online, has with the advent of the Internet and more importantly of the World Wide Web, developed at an unanticipated speed. Electronic transactions have been said to ...
    • Consumer protection in international electronic contracts 

      Erasmus, Christo (North-West University, 2011)
      Since the Internet became available for commercial use in the early 90s, the way of doing business was changed forever. The Internet and electronic commerce have allowed people to carry out business by means of electronic ...