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New Laws to Protect Online Consumers Issued

China's State Administration for Industry and Commerce has issued new guidelines to protect the rights of consumers who purchase goods online.

Chinese authorities do not require C2C traders to register with local business administration authorities and hence do not tax these traders, even though some of the businesses have expanded to a considerable level.Liu said that the loophole should be addressed, as almost 70 percent of online sales are conducted between consumers and C2C dealers.

Online Black Friday was also aimed at improving Vietnamese shoppers' trust in online shopping's security. A third of consumers say they are concerned that their personal information might be compromised by shopping online. The Vietnam government has been upgrading regulations and guidelines to manage the e-commerce market, regulate online ads and curb fake and illegal items. It has also taken measures to protect online shoppers.For the majority of Vietnam population, however, the Internet remains nothing more than a tool for comparing prices, colors and other aspects of goods before heading out to brick-and-mortar shops.

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