Describes how widely e-Commerce is used, the primary sectors that sell through e-commerce, and how much product/service in each sector is sold through e-commerce versus brick-and-mortar retail. Includes what a company needs to know to take advantage of e-commerce in the local market and , reputable, prominent B2B websites.
Last Published: 6/14/2016

E-commerce is relatively undeveloped. Impediments to the development of e-commerce include inadequate internet infrastructure, low levels of internet use, and extremely limited credit card use. Some local banks have begun to issue credit cards to facilitate purchases made through the internet. There is a growing number of online shopping websites that cater mostly to the small number of urban consumers with access to the internet. Social media, such as Facebook, is increasingly used as a medium for online shopping. A draft e-commerce law is currently under review by the Council of Ministers, though it has not been made public.
 

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