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E-commerce has been gaining popularity like wildfire. From the times when trade was simply selling cattle to your neighbor to getting stuff delivered at your doorstep, e-commerce has changed the definition of trade. What do you think how far is it gonna go and what does its future hold for all of us?

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Ever watch Johnny Mnemonic (1995)? Since communications can be tampered with or shutdown by your governments, that's what's next.

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What about retail trade?

What do you think about e-commerce affecting the retail trade? It the situation of retail worsening or e-commerce can't dominate it?

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B2C e-commerce via a webshop is a form of retail trade, just like when you sell in a brick-and-mortar shop.

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Brick and mortar stores have been lately finding it difficult to compete with web-based businesses i.e., e-retail like Amazon.

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Such has prior discussions.

Where are you headed here? How to compete with etailors is a well done topic. Those that ignore prior discussions and articles are doomed.

Then again there are shills that ask such then reveal later they are just here to sell their solutions.

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