Sad About Regular Economic Growth? Try the Internet Economy! - Liz Gannes - Commerce - AllThingsD
The G-20 Internet economy will be worth $4.2 trillion by 2016, or 5.3 percent of those nations' combined GDP and almost double what it was last year.
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