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...However, the negotiations are unlikely to address some of the key constrains preventing SMEs from using ecommerce for their business in international/ cross border trade. With rapid rise of number of internet users and resultant buying and selling of goods and services both within the business community (B2B) and from Business to Consumers (B2C), the online domestic trade is booming though not without enormous legal and administrative friction in operations. But the systemic friction becomes insurmountable when SMEs want to embrace e-commerce especially for international trade due to lack of India’s e-commerce readiness. India faces serious challenges in four areas in facilitating e-commerce especially international/ cross border: hard and soft infrastructure, legal framework, taxes and administration. A country’s internet infrastructure has become a key determinant for e-commerce. ...TOI on Feb. 6, 2017, 8 p.m.