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Amazon to pay authors based on pages read

E-commerce giant Amazon.com will pay independent authors self-publishing on its Kindle ebook platform based on the number of pages read, rather than the number of times their book has been borrowed. The move, which will go into ef

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China to promote cross-border e-commerce

China will increase support for cross-border e-commerce as the world's second-largest economy shifts from manufacturing to higher-value services, the government said. China's e-commerce industry has been booming in recent

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Arab Bank, Telr in e-commerce ‘Payment Facilitator’ deal

Telr, a Singapore and Dubai-based emerging market focused online payment gateway, and Arab Bank, have signed an e-commerce ‘Payment Facilitator Agreement.’ Under the deal, Telr will be responsible for onboarding e-merc

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Heera launches food unit, e-shop platform

Heera Group, a UAE-based conglomerate of 20 companies, has launched a food production facility at Sharjah Airport International Free Zone as well as an e-commerce platform promoting online shopping for family customers. Heera Food

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E-commerce 'key to Saudi unemployment issue'

Increasing the pace of e-commerce rollout in Saudi Arabia has the potential to create industries that will absorb unemployed nationals including youth and women, said an industry expert. “Electronic Commerce requires an orga

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E-commerce key to jobs for Saudi youth, women

Increasing the pace of e-commerce rollout in Saudi Arabia has the potential to create industries that will absorb unemployed nationals including youth and women, said an industry expert. “Electronic Commerce requires an orga

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GCC online retail sales to hit $41bn

E-commerce sales in the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) is set to touch $41.5 billion by 2020, one of the highest growths across the industry worldwide, according to experts. Awok.com, a UAE-based online shopping platform, has seen

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Catalyst, German firm set up e-commerce JV in Qatar

Qatar-based Catalyst and 004 GmbH, based in Germany, have signed an MoU to establish a joint venture in Qatar to pursue e-commerce business opportunities. The signing coincided with German Vice Chancellor Sigmar Gabriel's visi

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Catalyst, German firm set up e-commerce JV in Qatar

Qatar-based Catalyst and 004 GmbH, based in Germany, have signed an MoU to establish a joint venture in Qatar to pursue e-commerce business opportunities. The signing coincided with German Vice Chancellor Sigmar Gabriel's visi

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UAE holds '55pc of total e-commerce market in GCC'

The e-commerce sector in the UAE has been currently valued at $2.5 billion, representing 55 per cent of the total e-commerce market in the GCC, according to leading solutions provider. ShopGo, the Middle East and North Africa (Men

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