Bridging Distance for Development: Regulatory Cooperation Applied to Consumer Rights, Parcel Delivery and Sales Tax

August 10, 2017

This paper examines the need to encourage more widespread and inclusive participation of micro, small, and medium enterprises in global markets as a component of the Sustainable Development Goals. It puts forward recommendations on how international regulatory cooperation can take a central role in facilitating Internet-enabled trade.

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Topics: SMALL AND MEDIUM SIZED ENTERPRISES (SMES) DIGITAL ECONOMY

Authors: HANNE MELIN

Publishing Institution: RTA EXCHANGE

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