Bermuda has made great strides since the late 1990s on the e-commerce front. Michael Scott, the island’s telecommunications minister, outlines his policy vision.

Bermuda’s recently appointed minister of telecommunications and e-commerce, Michael Scott, is not banking on another dot-com gold rush, predicting that the growth of e-business will be a gradual process. He also believes that it is the government’s responsibility to create an environment that is conducive to private sector development and fosters customer appetite for products and services.

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