THE IMPACT OF GOVERNMENT ROLE ON THE GROWTH OF E-COMMERCE SITES IN BANGLADESH

Jayeesa Bosu, Barshan Kumar Bhowmick, Ahmed Imran Kabir, Md. Jakowan, Halima Akter Happy, Seikh Sumaiya Ahmed, Kazi Afsana Rayhan

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This study examines the impact of government role on the growth of e-commerce sites in Bangladesh. E-commerce is the process of electronic transactions on the internet. It is known to all because of the dynamic nature of trade. Today e-commerce is positively changing the traditional commerce and trade sector by making transactions and product delivery easier.

The results show that there is a very good positive strength and significant relationship between all the independent variables to the growth of e-commerce sites. Also, the correlation results showed that the relationship of all the independent to dependent variables is significant and positive.


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