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    e-Commerce Strategy

    Publisher: UNCTAD
     
    The National e-Commerce Strategy was launched in December 2017, in cooperation with the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD), the main partner in the preparation of the National e-Commerce Strategy for Egypt. It entails a set of recommendations that support decision-making policies in key aspects of e-commerce and contribute to overcoming the challenges facing e-commerce in Egypt.


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    Date Published: Mar 2018



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