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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Nikita Filimonov
An Impact of Internet-Technologies on the Scale and Mechanisms of Internal and External Trade in the United States in the Early 21st Century
World Economy
(Bachelor’s programme)
7
2016
This paper presents an analysis of the global market of e-commerce and e-commerce market of the United States. Every year the proportion of electronic transactions of the total volume of trading transactions increases. In spite of the long US leadership in the field of trade on the Internet in 2016, China has become a major competitor in the market, overtaking the United States. In this paper the market of mobile commerce, that is projected to be about half of the trade on the Internet, is studied, as well as other areas are examined, in which the Internet is used as a tool for the implementation of commercial transactions. Also, the paper compares indicators of e-commerce on the US market with performance of the world market, and reveals differences. There are European countries-competitors on the market of e-commerce, however, the leadership of the USA and China exists.

Keywords: e-commerce, trade on the Internet, mobile commerce, commercial transactions

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