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China’s new e-commerce law still has loopholes for infringers

Karry Lai, Hong Kong

The law is unclear on disclosure of vendor identification data and duty of care for e-commerce platforms, which could place a large new burden on IP owners

China has finally introduced an e-commerce law aimed at protecting consumers and minimising IP infringement that will take effect January 1 2019. With an e-commerce market poised to exceed $1.3 trillion in revenue by the end of 2018, this is...

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