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Qatar's E-Commerce forum: Qatar's e_commerce at the glance.


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Qatar has the potential of doubling its forecasted e-commerce market size by leveraging the large investments in ICT, the growth in the SME sector, and the ongoing investments in the logistics sector.

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Qatar's E-Commerce forum: Qatar's e_commerce at the glance.

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