Tomorrow ZDNet News will continue its look at E-Commerce software with Datamonitor's prediction that Germany and the UK will account for 43% of the European e-commerce software market in 2002.
By Richard Barry
| July 7, 1998 -- 15:44 GMT (08:44 PDT)
| Topic: Tech Industry
First E-Commerce focus story by noon
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