Israel: Great at making startups, terrible at e-commerce
The future of e-commerce depends on younger consumers born with a credit card in one hand and a keyboard in the other.
Israel may have made itself a name for technological innovation, but it's a lagger when it comes to local online commerce. While the country propels the global Internet economy forward, it trails the developed world in use and availability of Internet services, says Daniel Aminetzah, an associate principal with the McKinsey consultancy.
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