A2 welcomes China's new ecommerce laws, awaits further guidance

Sophie Boot
Sun, 02 Sep 2018

By Sophie Boot Sept. 3 (BusinessDesk) - A2 Milk Co says it welcomes new e-commerce law in China, as it awaits further information. Chinese legislators passed the law, which will come into effect on Jan. 1 2019, late on Friday. Xinhua, China's state-run press agency, said the law "requires all e-commerce operators to fulfill their obligations to protect consumers' rights and interests as well as personal information, intellectual property rights, cyberspace security and the environment." In China, a2 operates a multi-channel approach to...

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