Xinhua, E-Commerce

Xinhua, E-Commerce

China says looking into unfair competition on e-commerce platforms

China says looking into unfair competition on e-commerce platforms - Xinuha

24/10/2020 12:20:00 PM

China says looking into unfair competition on e-commerce platforms - Xinuha

SHANGHAI: China's market regulator and other government departments have launched an exercise focused on e-commerce, with plans to crack down on ...

BookmarkSHANGHAI: China's market regulator and other government departments have launched an exercise focused on e-commerce, with plans to crack down on areas such as unfair competition and the illegal trading of counterfeits or wildlife, state news agency Xinhua said on Saturday (Oct 24).

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The operation will run until December and will also look into areas such as livestreaming, which has in the past two years become a popular sales channel in China, Xinhua said, referring to a recently issued notice from the State Administration of Market Supervision and other departments.

AdvertisementAdvertisementThe exercise aims to ensure e-commerce platforms are fulfilling their responsibilities to protect the legitimate rights of consumers and operators as well as to maintain a fair and orderly market environment, it added. Read more: CNA »

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