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Electronic commerce initiatives of ESCAP

business facilitation needs.

Published by United Nations in New York .
Written in English.

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Business Facilitation Needs
Dr Nadadur Janardhan
Regional Adviser on Trade Facilitation
The Internet and EDI
Dick Raman
President EDI-TIE B.V., Netherlands
Quick Response (OR) Manufacturing and Merchandising in
Japan's Textle Industry
Makoto Sato
Director General
The Distribution Research Systems Institute, Japan
Corporate Technical Planning Strategies
Tan Soon Lee
Singapore Network Services, Singapore
Secure Electronic Transaction (SET) for Credit Card payments
through Internet
Ajit Kanagasundram
Regional Card Center/Asia Pacific Computer Center
CITIBANK Singapore
EDI over Internet
Mark Traas
Senior Consultant
Control Data Systems (Asia), Malaysia
The UNCITRAL Model Law and the Modernization of Legislation to
Facilitate Electronic Commerce
Renaud Sorieul
Legal Officer
United Nations Commission on International Trade Law
Case Studies of Amendment to Laws for Electronic Commerce
Thomas B. Riley
Riley Information Services Inc., Canada.

Edition Notes

"ST/ESCAP/1854"--T.p. verso.
"United Nations publication sales no. E.98.II.F.47"--T.p. verso.

Studies in trade and investment / Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific,, 31, ESCAP studies in trade and investment ;, 31.


Library of Congress
HF5548.325.A78 E54 1998

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