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Bullion

Keywords

E-commerce, Policy framework, Nigeria

Abstract

This article seeks to throw light on the legal implications of E-commerce as it affects users in Nigeria. It outlines basic requirements for smooth running of online business in Nigeria from registration to full operations. It also looks at the preparedness of the Nigerian Government to position the country alongside its peers on the digital business map in terms of cyber space security. The paper is structured in the following manner: Conceptual review of E-commerce is discussed in the first section while the second section outlines Nigeria's Preparedness and the journey so far. The third section briefly explains the global Cyber laws in existence followed by requirements for owning and running online frms in Nigeria. The final section deals with the theoretical concept and recommendation.

Author Bio

The authors are of the Department of Management, University of Nigeria Nsukka

Publication Title

Bullion

Issue

2

Volume

45

First Page

73

Last Page

80

Included in

Economics Commons

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