Britain.com - The mania for e-business has hit Britain with a vengeance. Some 700,000 Net startups were registered in 1999, soaking up nearly USD1.5 billion in venture capital. Valuations are soaring, and youthful members of Generation E are getting rich. But a debate also rages: Will Internet business set off a New Economy growth spurt, or is it just an e-bubble waiting to burst?
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