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They range from firms providing e-commerce, logistics and payment solutions to those helping entrepreneurs set up e-commerce operations … Implementing assessment recommendations UNCTAD’s eTrade readiness assessment of Senegal conducted in 2018 recommended, among other measures, getting e-commerce businesses actively engaged in a public-private dialogue, especially in the development of national and regional e-commerce strategies …

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"Studies carried out by UNCTAD show that vast reform projects are needed for Burkina Faso, Senegal and Togo to seize fully the development opportunities offered by e-commerce, and that they will require ambitious actions on the part of governments … Togo powerful potential The potential for the development of e-commerce in Togo is limited there is a weak internet infrastructure, few online payments, and it is difficult to make or receive deliveries outside of the capital Lomé …

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The power of e-commerce to create jobs and increase trade in Myanmar was in the spotlight on 30 October, as government officials, development partners, donors and the private sector met in the southeast Asian nation’s capital Nay Pyi Taw to discuss … telecommunications sector, a growing tech-savvy youth population, innovative logistics solutions for the door-to-door delivery of e-commerce parcels and a fledgling tech start-up scene,” Shamika Sirimanne, Director of the Division on Technology and …

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Digital wealth is concentrated in the hands of a few US- and China-based platforms … The gap between the under-connected and the hyper-digitalized countries will widen and … Figure 1 Geographical distribution of the main global platforms in the world, 2018 Under current policies and regulations, this trajectory is likely to continue, further contributing to rising inequality, warned UN Secretary-General, António … Meanwhile, Alibaba is estimated to have close to 60% of the Chinese e-commerce market …