Business-to-business electronic commerce

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John Wenninger;
(1999)
  • Subject: Electronic funds transfers ; Internet

To improve efficiency, some large retailers, suppliers, and distributors have begun to conduct business-to-business commerce electronically. This practice could grow rapidly if the Internet becomes the primary low-cost network for such transactions. Before the Internet ... View more
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