Under the new Administrative Measures for Online Transactions, live-streaming platforms that provide retail services will be treated as e-commerce sites. Photo: Xinhua Under the new Administrative Measures for Online Transactions, live-streaming platforms that provide retail services will be treated as e-commerce sites. Photo: Xinhua
Under the new Administrative Measures for Online Transactions, live-streaming platforms that provide retail services will be treated as e-commerce sites. Photo: Xinhua
E-commerce

China’s Big Tech: market watchdog reveals tightened e-commerce rules during annual consumer rights show

  • The State Administration for Market Regulation introduced new rules for online transactions during the annual CCTV broadcast to mark World Consumer Rights Day
  • The updated e-commerce rules will take effect from May 1

Topic |   E-commerce
Under the new Administrative Measures for Online Transactions, live-streaming platforms that provide retail services will be treated as e-commerce sites. Photo: Xinhua Under the new Administrative Measures for Online Transactions, live-streaming platforms that provide retail services will be treated as e-commerce sites. Photo: Xinhua
Under the new Administrative Measures for Online Transactions, live-streaming platforms that provide retail services will be treated as e-commerce sites. Photo: Xinhua
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