State legislation is not conducive to the development of online shopping industry

side of China’s online shopping transactions by leaps and bounds, one side is the financial crisis, the export of enterprises blocked, the pressure of social employment. E-commerce in the consumption and production to build a most efficient channel: in the third party e-commerce platform, the threshold of entrepreneurship has decreased a lot. In recent years, to the central ministries and commissions, to the local government, e-commerce has given unprecedented attention. However, in the current development of the status quo, e-commerce local regulations and policies clearly in front of the national legislation.

national legislation as early as fashion

in May 26, 2009, the Ministry of commerce information secretary Li Jinqi at the twelfth session of the international China e-commerce conference revealed that at present the Ministry of commerce is formulate measures for the management of online transactions, the main content is the standard of fraud. In the way the Guangsheng lawyer law firm Liu Chunquan told the "China business" interview with reporters, although did not disclose the details of management, but he said that due to the lack of necessary regulations, safety has to online transaction risks, thus affecting the development of the electronic commerce industry.

e-commerce development in China for more than a decade, is the only one with almost no foreign industry. At present, there is only one "electronic signature law" at the national level, and the legislation of the whole electronic commerce has not been included in the agenda. Liu Chunquan pointed out that, from the point of view of national legislation, a field of legislation is often due to the development of the industry, social contradictions will be fully exposed to start the legislative process. The electronic commerce is a new industry, online transaction involves the transaction itself, taxation and other details, legislation is not conducive to the development of the industry too early.

in addition, e-commerce involves information security, transactions, payments and other different areas, these different areas require different legal norms, not a legislative solution.

local regulations first

"local policies and regulations in front of the right." Liu Chunquan pointed out that at present, Beijing, Shanghai, Guangdong, Zhejiang and other places have e-commerce local policies and regulations.

local laws and regulations on the attitude of the industry there are two, one is to encourage and promote the main, and the other is based on norms. Beijing after the introduction of regulatory policies on the issue of a license storm, this event shows: designed to regulate the market is still too early to say.

March 1, 2009, the "Shanghai to promote the development of e-commerce regulations" (hereinafter referred to as "Regulations") promulgated. Draw lessons from Beijing, introduced a clear form of general shop operators to allow C2C to take voluntary run according to the principle of. Compared with the new regulations in 2008 in Beijing shop is indeed more humane, the difference between individuals and businesses.

, however, industry analysts believe that there is not much on the specification of C2C, one of the important reasons is the lack of national e-commerce law. If the introduction of local norms, and after the introduction of >

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