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Impact Of E-Commerce v1.0

Impact Of E-Commerce v1.0

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Assignment on e-Commerce
Impact of e-Commerce in Bangladesh
20- June -2009Md. AshifuzzamanMBA in MISID: 082-14-723
Impact of e-Commerce in Bangladesh
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Impact of e-Commerce in Bangladesh
Md. Ashifuzzaman
(azkj123@gmail.com) 1
Why e-Commerce for Bangladesh
With the increasing diffusion of ICTs, more specifically the Internet, the globalbusiness community is rapidly moving towards Business-to-Business (B2B) e-Commerce. The buyers/ importers gain a clear advantage when the Internetgives them access to the global market, by which they can compare prices acrossregions, find out whether prices vary by order fragmentation, get awarenessabout substitute/ alternative products. Consequently, the sellers/ exporters makesure that they are well portrayed in the cyber world through websites and portals.Like buyers, sellers also benefit from increased and more efficient access to theglobal market through the Internet.Bangladesh is pursuing an economic policy of export-led growth. With the risingforces of globalization, it is becoming increasingly important that the privatesector, particularly the export sectors are well prepared to meet the requirementsand expectations of the importers and also stand out in the competition againstexporters in other countries. In such a scenario, two issues are becomingparticularly important for Bangladeshi export sectors
one, whether businessesare automating their internal processes with the use of ICTs to becomeincreasingly efficient and competitive in a global context, and two, whetherbusinesses have effective presence and participation in the cyber world.International organizations such as UNCTAD ( United Nations Center for Tradeand Development) and WTO (World Trade Organization) have, over the lastseveral years, put much emphasis on the importance of e-Commerce fordeveloping countries. UNCTAD has special programs to facilitate developingcountries to transition into e-Commerce. The WTO has also developed rules andguidelines for global e-Commerce transactions.

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