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How Capitalism (Not Regulation) Helps E-Commerce – Catalyst

How Capitalism (Not Regulation) Helps E-Commerce – Catalyst

E-commerce is becoming the preferred method of retail shopping worldwide. In the U.S., the industry has grown to nearly $800 billion and is expected to increase. Across the globe, the sector grows increasingly competitive, with multiple nations fostering their own “Amazon-style” companies. Yet thriving e-commerce depends not only on market demand but reasonable laws—namely for land use—and a larger climate of economic freedom. We will show how by comparing 3 of the biggest firms: Amazon, Alibaba, and Coupang. Amazon: good company dealing with bad zoningThere is no knocking Amazon: it is by far the world’s largest e-commerce company, and trails only Walmart… 

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