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This significant use of hosting services in other countries was also found in the other countries reviewed. For example, of 98 web sites displaying Pakistani goods for export, 69 sites were hosted in the US. All seven Kenyan exporters are using US-based web sites. So it appears that one of the responses to weak local infrastructure is to use hosting services elsewhere. Lake (2000) points out that an international host also raises the credibility of the enterprise and reduces fears some consumers may have about purchasing from a distant land.
Advanced Topics in Global Information Management (Vol. 3) by M. Gordon Hunter, Felix B. Tan