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Abstract (English):
The article is devoted to m-commerce and mobile payments as new and actively developing types of economic activity. Mobile commerce is inherently international. The volume of trade through various Internet services is growing rapidly every year. This process is widespread among companies in economically developed countries. Mobile trading allows you to ensure high efficiency of the enterprise; it benefits both sellers and buyers around the world

mobile commerce, mobile payments, clients, mobile trading, transactions

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