Egypt Ranks Second in e-Trade in the Arab World
A recent study conducted by the Egyptian government revealed that Egypt comes second in the volume of e-trade after the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) states, on the Arab level, the Middle East reported.
The overall volume of e-trade in the Arab world, as the weekly said, was estimated at $3 billion, and it is expected to rise to $5 billion within the next two years.
The study also revealed that the number of Internet users in Egypt has reached 100,000, compared to 120 million in the US, the paper added -- Albawaba.com
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