This Handbook defines digitally ordered trade as the “international sale or purchase of a good or service, conducted over computer networks by methods specifically designed for the purpose of receiving or placing orders”. This chapter describes how existing enterprise and household surveys targeting e-commerce provide a basis for measuring digitally ordered trade. It highlights the significant challenges that survey respondents, in particular households, can face when identifying and reporting international transactions, especially when these pass through digital intermediation platforms.

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