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The Legislative Construction Of Electronic Commerce In CHINA Within WTO Frame

Posted on:2008-07-15Degree:MasterType:Thesis
Country:ChinaCandidate:L J MengFull Text:PDF
GTID:2166360215959836Subject:Economic Law
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Along with the information technique especially the network technique develops continuously, the upsurge of the international Internet makes the human society entering a new information age. Because Internet has characteristic not limited by time and region, one kind of trade completely different from traditional trade shape arises at the historic moment by way of trading in Internet. Over the next several years, Internet will become the largest trade market site in the world; its business opportunity contained knows no measure. Production and development of Electronic Commerce, have brought the great impact to international trade, some new problems are caused by this production. Such as how the network concludes the business levies taxes, how to guarantee the security of the trade, trade written form require, affirmation, work out, transfer of the electronic bill of lading, etc. The solution to these problems concerns the development of the trade of the network directly. However, because of the lagging of the law itself, the traditional law has not been carried on supplementally and revising to this new-type trade way of the trade of the network yet, which causes a lot of legal questions derived unable to carry on standardizing and adjust with the current law. This makes a lot of plan to hang back in the trade company engaged in trade of the network, influence the rapid development of this commercial operation way. So strengthening the study on trade of the network actively, setting up the flexible legal frame of standardizing trade of the network, not only can ensure carrying on the benefits of various fields of trade of the network but also can ensure the harmony of the trade of the network. This text plans to carry on the discussion on relevant questions.
Keywords/Search Tags:Electronic Commerce, International Trade, Legislation
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