The fast expansion of cross-border e-commerce places new expectations not just on practitioners and platforms, but also on customers themselves. Personal information should be protected with care in order to prevent leakage or fraudulent use of the information. It is possible to lower transaction costs by complying with the World Trade Organization’s trade regulations for each member country. It is full of tremendous opportunities, but it also presents big challenges.
Cross Border, E-Commerce, Trading Opportunities, Challenges, Development
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