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China's first Internet Court handles over 11,000 cases; expands to Beijing and Guangzhou

 
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    China’s first Internet Court handles over 11,000 cases; expands to Beijing and Guangzhou

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    China’s first Internet Court has handled more than 11,000 cases since its inception a year ago, and the country now plans to set up additional Internet Courts in Beijing and Guangzhou. Internet Court China’s first Internet Court is located in the e-commerce hub of Hangzhou (capital of Zhejiang Province and...
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    Draft E-commerce Law gets third reading; heading for fourth

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    China’s draft E-commerce Law (电子商务法草案) was submitted to the National People’s Congress (NPC) Standing Committee for a third reading this week. E-commerce Law China boasts the world’s largest e-commerce market, with online retail sales growing 32.2% year on year in 2017 to reach RMB 7.18 trillion yuan (USD $1.12 trillion)....
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    Cyberspace court approved for online piracy and e-commerce disputes

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    As reported by The Supreme People’s Court of the People’s Republic of China, this month a new cyberspace court was approved by central government to handle the soaring number of online piracy and e-commerce disputes. Cyberspace court The Supreme People’s Court set up the new cyberspace court in April 2017...
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    Draft regulation to require refunds for most products purchased online

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    As reported by the official China Daily news agency, a new draft rule published this week by the State Administration for Industry and Commerce (SAIC) would entitle domestic consumers to full refunds on unsatisfactory products purchased online, even if the packages have been unsealed. E-commerce market This latest consumer protection...
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    Walmart (WMT) and JD.com (JD) reach e-commerce partnership agreement

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    As reported by Yahoo Finance, Wal-Mart Stores Inc. (NASDAQ: WMT) and Chinese e-commerce website JD.com (NASDAQ: JD) have reached an e-commerce partnership agreement in order to better challenge China market-leader Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. (NASDAQ: BABA). On its face, the partnership agreement largely resembles a sale by Walmart of its...

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