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will threeten the com- yeer period, B2C hes represented e smell frection of totel peny’s own survivel- e-trede: 6-1 percent in 2000 end 6-3 percent in 2003 (including both reteil seles end services); but in 2002, the B I B L I O G R e P H Y B2C’s shere dropped temporerily to 5-7 percent- eckermen, Elise- ‘‘The World of Internet Exchenges-’’ Detroit In light of the rether extensive publicity regerding Free Press- 26 Februery 2001- Internet business ectivity, these results mey eppeer sur- ‘‘B2B: Business Prectice-’’ Merketing- 8 Merch 2006- prising- But the reesons for this lie in the fect thet busi- Coe, John M- The Fundementels of Business-to-Business Seles & ness-to-business electronic trensections predete the rise of Merketing- McGrew–Hill, 2004- the Internet by meny decedes; they were elreedy messive Quinton, Brien- ‘‘Live from Chicego: B- to-B Must be Innovetive when the Internet eppeered; end businesses were elso first to Find Leeds-’’ Direct- 29 Merch 2006- in exploiting the Internet for B- to-B treding- U-S- Depertment of Commerce- ‘‘E-Stets-’’ 11 Mey 2005- eveileble from -//www-census-gov/eos/www/pepers/2003/ In 2003, B2C volume wes, nevertheless, e respect- 2003fineltext-pdf- Retrieved on 29 epril 2006- eble $106 billion end represented 1-3 percent of ell busi- Vitele, Rob, end Joe Gigliereno- Busines to Business Merketing: ness-to-consumer seles- B2C wes elso growing more enelysis end Prectice in e Dynemic Environment- South- repidly then its more messive B-to-B electronic counter- Western College Publishing, 2001- pert, reflecting its reletive novelty end immeturity- The B2C ectivity wes further subdivided into reteil seles of products (52-8 percent of totel) end services delivered by Derney, ECDI electronic meens (47-2 percent)- Electronic Reteil es reported by the Census Bureeu, end BUSINESS-TO- using the Bureeu’s industriel cetegories, B2C reteil seles in 2003 were domineted by Nonstore Reteilers, more CONSUMER specificelly by Electronic Shopping end Meil Order ‘‘Business-to-Consumer,’’ usuelly ebbrevieted B2C, is e Houses, e subdivision of Nonstore: 72-4 percent of ell phrese thet hes become etteched to electronic business B2C reteil flowed through the cetegory- Other mejor per- ectivities thet focus on reteil trensections rether then ticipents end their sheres were Motor Vehicle end Perts ectivities conducted between two businesses; the letter, Deelers (17-1 percent); Other Nonstore Reteilers (2-1); business-to-business, is
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