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This research work is devoted for the purpose of showing the diverse opportunities and unravel the growing trends of e-Commerce in terms of trade between China and Uzbekistan. On-line customer research has been carried out mainly for American and European markets by academics and marketers. While e-Commerce is developing more rapidly in China with big companies raking in billions, it is somehow slow in Uzbekistan; a profound understanding of necessitating modalities is a fundamental drive into promoting further growth. This work investigates this intriguing concept in context of e-Commerce involved in inquiring about e-Business and corresponding e-Payment systems in China and Uzbekistan respectively. The article features theoretical segments through which statistical models and correlations were interpolated. The main aim being to establish segmental information and identify influential factors of e-Shopping using e-Payment models developed in the respective countries. The key findings include the geographical influence, demographic statistical analysis and internet technologies being used in the two countries.
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