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  • India tops the world for m-commerce
  • India tops the world for m-commerce
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India tops the world for m-commerce

India’s smartphone boom is rapidly increasing the number of people with internet access; the number of those online is expected to double to over 500 million by 2020. This shift is having a profound effect on how Indians are shopping, with m-commerce becoming hugely popular.

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