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Ecommerce Legals and Law Ecommerce Guide Ecommerce

1 hours ago For this reason, ecommerce business owners need to become familiar with federal advertising laws to ensure the content of any emails is compliant, but also be familiar with the CAN-SPAM Act (Controlling the Assault of Non-Solicited Pornography and Marketing Act) of 2003.

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Your Guide To ECommerce Law RM Warner Law Online

4 hours ago E-Commerce law encompasses all the legalities associated with the e-commerce industry. Each type of e-commerce company is required to abide by certain laws and regulations just like any other business and can run into legal issues that require help from an experienced e-commerce lawyer. The laws that apply are numerous and can be complex.

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ECommerce Regulation LawShelf

7 hours ago E-Commerce Regulation. Welcome to Lawshelf’s video-course on regulation of E-commerce transactions. This course focuses on regulatory steps to protect consumers in the online marketplace. This is a fast-moving field and laws and regulations are constantly being updated and refined. This is an intermediate-level course and draws on the basics

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Legal regulations for ecommerce Internal Market

7 hours ago Legal regulations for e-commerce E-commerce is rapidly evolving, and businesses are trying to adapt to these changes. If you are a business owner in the tourism industry, you should keep the legal aspects of e-commerce in mind when deciding to sell your services or products online (such as allowing online bookings, for example).

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What are Some of the Ecommerce Laws? A Complete Guide

1 hours ago What is an ecommerce law? As said above, an ecommerce business is the trading of goods and services in exchange for money through an electronic medium. It is a combination of internet technology, electronic fund transfer, electronic data interchange, mobile commerce, supply chain management, internet marketing, and many such technologies.

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A Guide to U.S. Retail Pricing Laws and Regulations NIST

5 hours ago Be sure to review the law or contact the state director for more information. Other Resources. For further information and listing of states and the various laws and regulations they adopt (weights and measures law, unit pricing, price verification), you may visit NIST Handbook 130, Uniformity of Laws and Regulations. A state by state

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The U.S. ecommerce market: Rules, regulations and

3 hours ago The U.S. e-commerce market: Rules, regulations and logistics. In 2017, the total sum of Canadian retail sales through all channels was eclipsed by the $360 billion Americans spent online. Bryan Sirois, a global trade director at EDC, looks at why the U.S. is a key market for e-commerce and what steps are needed to enter this market.

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ECommerce Consumer Protection (ECommerce) Rules, 2020

3 hours ago The Rules, in line with the draft National E-Commerce Policy released by the government in early 2019, while elaborating on their scope and applicability, also state the duties and liabilities of

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LEGAL ISSUES IN eCOMMERCE Nishith Desai

4 hours ago electronic commerce. Projections indicate that the volume of e-commerce will be approximately US$ 2 to 3 trillion in 2003-2005.4 While e-commerce is still at a nascent stage in India, certain estimates indicate that the total transaction volume of e-commerce in India is expected to grow rapidly to Rs. 195,000 crore by 2005.5

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What are the rules and regulations applied to e …

6 hours ago Answer: All laws that apply to normal business will apply in addition to Laws applicable to electronic payments in India With the rapid growth of e-commerce, e-wallets have become the preferred mode of payment. E-wallets offer an easy and hassle-free means of payment, which in turn provides a co

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ECommerce Transactions and Applicable Laws — Internet

Just Now E-Commerce Transactions and Applicable Laws. Published on: October 5, 2015 by Law Offices of Salar Atrizadeh. E-commerce transactions have become so common that legislators have had to keep up with the demand for regulations. Jurisdictional issues raise concerns of what law is applied in disputes over multi-state transactions.

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Laws Pertaining to Commerce on the Internet Stimmel Law

3 hours ago The very nature of commerce over the internet (“e-commerce” or “e-business” or “web-based business”) is that it is multi-jurisdictional. Once you have a website, you are engaging in possible activity in every nation in the world that has access to …

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Ecommerce Laws & Restrictions You Need To Know Transdirect

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1. Australian Consumer Law. Australian Consumer Law has been around for a looooong time, but it has recently been modernised to get with the ecommerce times.
2. Privacy: Spam and Data Protection Laws. I think we can all agree email automation is a miracle sent from the ecommerce gods. Software like MailChimp, Klaviyo and Campaign Monitor has created cheap (if not free) opportunities for ecommerce brands to attract, convert and retain customers.
3. Ecommerce Shipping Restrictions. I hope you haven’t been trying to post fireworks in the mail. Australia – like most countries – has restrictions on what can be sent via post, courier or freight.

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ECommerce in Business Operations Justia

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ECommerce & Law Legal India

2 hours ago The main objective of UNCITRAL Model Law of E-commerce is to offer national legislators with a set of internationally acceptable rules as to how the legal obstacles in the communication of legal significant information through paperless messages, may be removed and how a more secure legal environment may be created for E-commerce.

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Regulating Electronic Commerce

7 hours ago For general books on the law of electronic commerce, see J. Carl Poindexter & David L. Baumer, Cyberlaw and E-Commerce (2001); Susan Singleton, to the buyer for a price. 5. Congress and state legislatures seek to enact new laws re gulating electronic commerce, questions inevitably arise about what the Co nstitution does and

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Analysis Consumer Protection (ECommerce) Rules, 2020

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1. Scope and Application. The E-Commerce Rules apply to: (a) all goods/services bought or sold over digital or electronic network, including digital products,
2. Implications for B2C and B2B entities. The CPA 2019 and E-Commerce Rules govern consumer purchases. The term 'consumer' is defined under the CPA 2019 as any person who buys goods or services for consideration but excludes any person who makes a purchase for 'commercial use', with the exception of goods bought for the purpose of earning livelihood by means of self-employment.
3. Presence in India. The E-Commerce Rules specifically recognise and govern entities that are not established in India but systematically offer goods or services to consumers in India such as offshore online marketplaces.
4. Duties of E-commerce Entities. The E-Commerce Rules require all e-commerce entities to: (a) display basic information such as their name, contact details and address prominently on the platform;
5. Liabilities of Marketplace Entities. In addition to the general duties listed above, the E-Commerce Rules impose specific requirements on Marketplace Entities.
6. Duties of Sellers using Marketplace Entities. Sellers offering goods or services through Marketplace Entities must provide specific information to Marketplace Entities, including seller entity details, price and breakup price, relevant details about the goods or services offered for sale by the seller including country of origin, importer and manufacturer details, delivery details, relevant guarantees or warranties applicable, and all other mandatory notices and information required by applicable laws.
7. Liabilities of Inventory Entities. Given the business model of Inventory Entities, the E-Commerce Rules require them to comply with all the obligations imposed on Marketplace Entities as well as sellers.
8. Contraventions. The provisions of CPA 2019 will apply to any violations of the E-Commerce Rules, and in such cases, e-commerce entities may be required to comply with relevant sanctions and directions by the authorities.

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The ECommerce Law Republic Act 8792 DigitalFilipino E

2 hours ago The E-Commerce Law – Republic Act 8792. Republic Act 8792, was signed into law last June 14, 2000. It is a landmark legislation in the history of the Philippines. Not only has this bill made the country a legitimate player in the global marketplace. The Philippine Internet community has played a major role in pushing for its passage.

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Online Business Laws You Need to Know for Ecommerce (2021)

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1. Taxes. Here’s a quick refresher on taxes from Tracey Wallace’s handbook on ecommerce taxation. U.S.- based ecommerce businesses are bound to charge: Sales taxes vary by state and separate locations in states.
2. Payment gateways. Payment gateways are the lifeline for securely processing customer payments. The keyword here is “security” as a payment data breach can lead to a major regulatory fine.
3. Trademarks, patents and copyrights. Trademarks, patents and copyrights are considered business intellectual property and, thus, protected by respective laws.
4. Shipping restrictions. Ecommerce shipping can be mind-boggling at times since logistics companies have different rates, rules and restrictions for shipping different types of products.
5. Inventory. Maybe you’re thinking of storing the clothing for your online boutique in a spare closet or packing your handmade jewelry in too many storage boxes to count?
6. Age restrictions. Anytime you launch a website, it’s absolutely required that it comply with the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA) — no exceptions.
7. Business insurance. Business insurance isn’t always legally mandatory for ecommerce store owners. If you operate as a registered business entity such as a limited liability company (LLC), your personal assets may already be protected.
8. Licenses and permits. Depending on which products you decide to offer, you may need a business license to sell them. As a rule of thumb, most states in the U.S. require you to have a valid seller’s permit if you have a brick-and-mortar business.
9. PCI compliance. Payment Card Industry (PCI) Data Security Standard (DSS) is a commercial security standard, introduced by a group of American financial services providers in 2006.
10. Customer privacy. Ecommerce websites can collect a ton of valuable insights to create a data-driven CX for shoppers. But not all types of ecommerce big data are up for analytics grabs.

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Manufacturerimposed Requirements Federal Trade Commission

6 hours ago Note that this change is in federal standards; some state antitrust laws and international authorities view minimum price rules as illegal, per se. If a manufacturer, on its own, adopts a policy regarding a desired level of prices, the law allows the manufacturer to deal only with retailers who agree to that policy.

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Electronic Commerce Law Law Teacher

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1. The Internet is a world wide public access network of computers. It has no owner, though of course each of the individual pieces of hardware on which it runs has an owner. It relies for its operation on mutual comprehensibility between those various pieces of hardware. This is achieved by voluntary adherence to a single protocol- to use a human metaphor, the various machines all speak the same language. The use of the internet for buying and selling, which is simply known as e-commerce is gaining its place in the commercial market. Many believe the Internet to be full of natural anarchy, so that a system of law and regulation for the Internet seems contradictory. However, cyberspace is, in fact, governed by a system of law and regulation called internet law. There is no single exhaustive definition of the term internet law. One broadly accepted definition of Internet law is a generic term that refers to all the legal and regulatory aspects of Internet and the World Wide Web. Anythin...

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Global ECommerce Regulation Encyclopedia.com

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1. Many Internet pioneers hoped to keep the medium more or less free from government controls. Tim Berners-Lee, inventor of the World Wide Web, and the World Wide WebConsortium (W3C) that he heads, were committed to keeping the Web as open as possible, allowing for the widest range of input and choices. The standards and protocols they sponsored had a tremendous impact toward this end, but the group was a private nonprofit organization, not a government regulatory body. The W3C worked with business leaders, citizen groups, and others to reach a wide consensus, and drew praise for this laid-back and cooperative approach. As the Internet proliferated further around the globe, many saw a need for a single body that could act as a global regulator of one sort or another. The nature of such a regulatory body, however, was much disputed. Questions abounded over how much power it should or could have, how it should enforce regulations, and how it would be structured. Some proposed that either...

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The UK's ECommerce Regulations Pinsent Masons

5 hours ago The Regulations, properly called the Electronic Commerce (EC Directive) Regulations 2002, implement the EU's Electronic Commerce Directive 2000 into UK law. The Directive was introduced to clarify and harmonise the rules of online business throughout Europe with the aim of boosting consumer confidence. The Directive was passed in June 2000.

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Ecommerce and the law University of Cambridge

8 hours ago •If referring to prices – indicate clearly and unambiguously, and state whether inclusive of tax and delivery costs Electronic Commerce Regulations 2002, Companies Act 2006 and Consumer Contracts Regulations 2013 (coming into force 13 June 2014)

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Here are 7 online business laws your ecommerce business

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List of ECommerce Laws in the Caribbean – Bartlett D. Morgan

3 hours ago I, therefore, researched which countries in the region have e-commerce laws and the results are listed below: Jurisdiction. Name of e-Commerce Law. Anguilla. Electronic Transactions Act, Revised Statutes of Anguilla, Chapter E38. Antigua and Barbuda. Electronic Transactions Act, No 24 of 2013. Bahamas (Commonwelath of)

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Regulating ECommerce: Some Lessons from India Knowledge

Just Now Regulating E-Commerce: Some Lessons from India. Governments around the world are waking up to the fact that the Internet and e-commerce need to …

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ECommerce Laws, Lawyers Attorneys and Law Firms

4 hours ago The trends of e-commerce in the United States are indicative of the scope that e-commerce plays in the world economy. For instance, the Federal Trade Commission released e-commerce statistics in 2007 stating that the United States estimated sales total from e-commerce was $136.4 billion. This e-commerce statistics also goes to show that these

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Website Legal Requirements – Ecommerce and Bodle Law

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1. The following information must be made available on your website: 1. your legal name i.e. XYZ Ltd. If this is different from your trading name any differences should be explained. 2. your geographical address, which must be the registered office if you are a company 3. which country your business is registered in 4. the registration number of your company 5. details of any supervisory body which regulates your business i.e. the FSA. For regulated bodies more detailed information is required 6. your VAT number 7. where you are registered for VAT 8. clear details of prices and whether or not delivery and/or tax is included

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ECommerce & Internet Law: Treatise wit Legal Solutions

Just Now E-Commerce & Internet Law: Treatise with Forms is a complete legal authority on e-commerce and Internet law. It covers business-to-business and business-to-customer issues, regulatory issues, and emerging trends. This treatise's organization facilitates finding quick …

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ECOMMERCE LEGAL GUIDE Internet Governance Forum

6 hours ago governments, and consumers will all have a direct stake in how rules and regulations for e-commerce are designed and implemented, and it will be particularly important to ensure that the concerns of all stakeholders are balanced as the rules evolve. This E-Commerce Legal Guide (Legal Guide) was created as a user-friendly tool that takes stock

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The Philippines ECommerce Law Republic Act No. 8792

Just Now Annotations and Implementing Rules and Regulations This is a pdf file. A guide made by Atty. JJ Disini where I’ve provided its legislative history. 3.) The E-Commerce Law Policy Advocacy Process (pages 106-116 of the Philippine Internet Review) Petite Nuñez contributed a paper in the publication sharing how the law became possible.

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How California Regulates ECommerce WECAN

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1. As e-commerce was emerging in the late 1990s, the California legislature took steps in 1996 to help protectits consumers from online fraud. Lawmakers amended Section 17538 of the California Business and Professions Code to require internet businesses to disclose to buyers, on screen or in writing: 1. Refund and return policies 2. Business legal name 3. Business address and contact information These disclosures seem standard today, but the bill was ahead of the curve and helped establish baseline transparency in online transactions.

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Stricter Regulations On ECommerce – The Consumer

1 hours ago The Ministry of Consumer Affairs, Food, and Public Distribution, Government of India notified and made effective the provisions of the Consumer Protection (E-Commerce) Rules, 2020 (E-Commerce Rules) under the Consumer Protection Act, 2019 (Act) from 24 July 2020. The E-Commerce Rules have been under discussion for a while now.

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Publication 109, Internet Sales California

2 hours ago Regulations. 1502 Computers, Programs, and Data Processing. 1528 Photographers, Photocopiers, Photo Finishers, and X-Ray Laboratories. 1610 Vehicles, Vessels, and Aircraft. 1620 Interstate and Foreign Commerce. 1628 Transportation Chargers. 1660 Leases of Tangible Personal Property—in General. 1661 Leases of Mobile Transportation Equipment

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eCommerce Law Laws on Electronic Commerce, Legal

Just Now The Uniform Electronic Transactions Act and The Electronic Signatures in Global and National Commerce Act are the two main electronic commerce laws in the US. The UETA Act, discussed in detail below, is primarily for the purpose of bridging the gap between the individual states and providing some uniformity when it comes to electronic commerce law.

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The Law of ECommerce PHDessay.com

6 hours ago The Law of E-Commerce. English law has long been recognized as respecting freedom of contract. In other words, the state has not, generally, laid down legislation which has interfered with the freedom of parties to agree the terms of their contracts. In more recent years, there have been a number of inroads into the principle of freedom of

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Amazon: How India's ecommerce law will affect the retailer

2 hours ago If you hold Amazon shares, here's what you need to know about India's e-commerce law Published Mon, Feb 4 2019 8:39 PM EST Updated Tue, Feb 5 2019 6:19 PM EST Saheli Roy Choudhury @sahelirc

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ecommerce: Ecommerce Law in United States

4 hours ago Although in this modern time, e-commerce and the promulgation of laws protecting e-commerce contracts has been expanded, many businesses and Internet users do not know precisely what law applies to their e-commerce contracts. Below are the lists of e-commerce law in the Unite States.

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China's new ecommerce law: A step in the right direction

3 hours ago On January 1, 2019, China's new e-commerce law took effect. The new law builds upon earlier reforms of China's legal system. One important feature of the new law is the requirement that online

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Advertising FAQ's: A Guide for Small Business Federal

4 hours ago The FDA handles most matters regarding food labels. For guidance on how the FTC evaluates claims made in food ads, ask the FTC for the Enforcement Policy Statement on Food Advertising. For information about product labeling, visit the FDA's website at www.fda.gov or call the FDA Inquiry Line, 1-888-INFO-FDA.

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Digital Business 2021 UK Laws and Regulations ICLG

4 hours ago ICLG - Digital Business Laws and Regulations - United Kingdom covers e-commerce regulations, data protection, cybersecurity framework, cultural norms, brand enforcement online, data centres and cloud location, trade and customs, tax treatment for digital businesses and more in multiple jurisdictions. Published: 07/06/2021.

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International ECommerce Laws – Part III — Internet Lawyer

5 hours ago August 17, 2020 by Law Offices of Salar Atrizadeh. International e-commerce laws have been evolving since the inception of the information technology age. International e-commerce transactions take place over a network of computers and have become more streamlined with technology advancements. The following topics will be evaluated and

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Digital Business 2021 Laws and Regulations Nigeria ICLG

7 hours ago ICLG - Digital Business Laws and Regulations - Nigeria covers e-commerce regulations, data protection, cybersecurity framework, cultural norms, brand enforcement online, data centres and cloud location, trade and customs, tax treatment for digital businesses and more in multiple jurisdictions. Published: 07/06/2021.

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special education Law in California MPNESD

5 hours ago rules; ferPa, idea, State rules team involvement involvement of teacher and others Scenarios Case law 1. Compare idea and Section 504 principles and policy basics. 2. explain policy basis for the major disability laws. 3. list four strategies to help avoid due process and other issues. 4.

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New EU 2021 VAT Rules for Ecommerce — Updates

8 hours ago All orders shipped to the EU are now subject to VAT. Until July 1st, 2021, when buyers in the EU purchase goods shipped from a country outside of that region with a total value below €22, they are exempt from paying VAT. As of July 1st, 2021, buyers will be required to pay VAT on all purchases up to €150.

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eCommerce laws in India All you need to know iPleaders

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eCommerce in Cambodia B2B CAMBODiA

Just Now These include the E-Commerce Law which passed on November 2, 2019, following the rapid development of e-commerce and online shopping in the Kingdom. The laws are also meant to promote digital and electronic trade and e-signatures in Cambodia. Photo Credit (MoC FB)-Cambodia launches E-Commerce Strategy Digital Service Tax in Cambodia

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Are there any legal regulations for e-commerce?

Legal regulations for e-commerce. E-commerce is rapidly evolving and businesses are trying to adapt to these changes. If you are a business owner in the tourism industry, you should keep the legal aspects of e-commerce in mind when deciding to sell your products or services online.

Which is the best law for e-commerce in India?

United Nations Commission on International Trade Law (UNCITRAL) Model Law on E-Commerce, the Government of India enacted the Information Technology Act in June 2000. The Act facilitates E-commerce in the country.

What is the UNCITRAL Model Law of e-commerce?

The main objective of UNCITRAL Model Law of E-commerce is to offer national legislators with a set of internationally acceptable rules as to how the legal obstacles in the communication of legal significant information through paperless messages, may be removed and how a more secure legal environment may be created for E-commerce.

What's the new law for e-commerce in China?

E-commerce operators must also meet their tax obligations and are now required to issue a tax invoice (fapiao). The legislation also strengthens intellectual property protection and addresses the problem of manufacturing and sale of counterfeit goods.

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