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Cultural and Legal Impediments To E- Business

Cultural and Legal Impediments To E- Business: Introduction: E-Business can be defined as the use of internet technologies to internet work and empower business processes, e-commerce, enterprise communication and collaboration within a company and with its customers, suppliers and other business stakeholders. These days businesses are using electronic medium to distribute information and provide customer support. These activities are not termed as "commerce" activities. Thus, e-business includes e-commerce along with other applications such as: ·Re-engineer internal business processes. ·Implement e-commerce system with their customers and suppliers. ·Promote enterprise collaboration among business teams and work groups. The business enterprises are often their activities according to the socio-culture and legal rights. Sometimes customers are still somewhat fearful of sending their personal information over the internet such as sending credit and debit card numbers, etc. Moreove…
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The sum total of factor incomes and non-factor incomes (transfer income) is called disposable income in one year. Disposable income, also known as disposable personal income (DPI), is the amount of money that households have available for spending and saving after income taxes have been accounted for. Disposable personal income is often monitored as one of the many key economic indicators used to gauge the overall state of the economy. *DPI=Personal Income−Personal Income Taxes *Net Disposable Income = National Consumption Expenditure + National Savings Gross Net Disposable Income (GNDI): It is the sum of factor and non-factor incomes gross of consumption of fixed capital occurring to the residents of a country. *GNDI = GNPMP + Net current transfers from abroad. Net National Disposable Income (NNDI): It is the sum of factor and non-transfer incomes net of consumption of fixed capital occurring to the residents of a country. *NNDI = NNPMP + Net current transfers from abroad. What is Private Inc…