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Through the Internet, foreign firms can transact business in a local community just as if they were physically located there. (1) Should local laws apply to their conduct even when their operations take place outside that locality?"; and (2) "If yes, how can those local laws be enforced against the foreign firm if that firm has no physical presence in the locality? If not, why not?

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E-commerce has turned the world into global where there is no limitation for the location, you can access from anywhere unlike regular commerce where we need to go to a particular store to fulfill our needs. There is no need to travel for a long place for shopping or paying bills. Also Consumers can buy what they want without having to travel to a storefront. They can buy clothes from a small business in USA and have it shipped to England....
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