Report: Price Will Drive Web Sales

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As the Internet's reach continues to grow, only those retailers with the most competitive prices will thrive in the international marketplace, concluded a new report by the Cambridge Newsletter, Cambridge, MA.


The newsletter also said consumers are becoming less willing to pay the high prices created in a protected market since the Web provides the knowledge and whereabouts of nearly every available retailer of all sizes and in all locations. As information and consumer knowledge grow, companies and merchants are going to be "forced to lower prices and reduce costs."
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