According to the law, e-commerce operators, such as Alibaba Group Holding and Pinduoduo, can be fined up to 2 million yuan (US$309,400) in serious cases of intellectual property infringement. Photo: AFP According to the law, e-commerce operators, such as Alibaba Group Holding and Pinduoduo, can be fined up to 2 million yuan (US$309,400) in serious cases of intellectual property infringement. Photo: AFP
According to the law, e-commerce operators, such as Alibaba Group Holding and Pinduoduo, can be fined up to 2 million yuan (US$309,400) in serious cases of intellectual property infringement. Photo: AFP
E-commerce

No more fake Chanel as China tightens regulations even further on counterfeit e-commerce sales

  • Revisions come amid a widening crackdown by regulators, including SAMR, on Big Tech and their internet businesses
  • Proposed updates to the country’s e-commerce law promise much harsher punishments for operators found selling fake products online

Topic |   E-commerce
According to the law, e-commerce operators, such as Alibaba Group Holding and Pinduoduo, can be fined up to 2 million yuan (US$309,400) in serious cases of intellectual property infringement. Photo: AFP According to the law, e-commerce operators, such as Alibaba Group Holding and Pinduoduo, can be fined up to 2 million yuan (US$309,400) in serious cases of intellectual property infringement. Photo: AFP
According to the law, e-commerce operators, such as Alibaba Group Holding and Pinduoduo, can be fined up to 2 million yuan (US$309,400) in serious cases of intellectual property infringement. Photo: AFP
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