China eCommerce Legal Localisation Guide
A full review on China’s legal requirements for conducting B2C eCommerce. The China eCommerce Legal Localisation Guide covers 47 pages on legal topics for registration, check-out process and legally required content. It further includes reflections on contracting, consumer data protection laws and overall China media requirements for websites.
The Chinese legal framework is complex and any aspiring foreign merchant attempting to trade in China must ensure they have a comprehensive understanding of the regulatory environment before proceeding to initiate trade.
In order to provide an overview of the legal side for cross-border eCommerce business in China, we have published this China eCommerce Legal Localisation Guide.
Who should read this guide?
This report includes the latest developments on security laws and content templates as a reference to generate legal pages. It thus provides you with a complete overview and strategic direction on the legal side of your eCommerce business.
- Covering all major topics on legal for B2C eCommerce websites
- Decision flow diagram on China hosting and ICP license
- Latest regulations on consumer protection and security laws
- All legal implications related to customer registrations
- China’s regulations on contract conclusion and order workflow
- Checklist on key legal content pages for eCommerce websites
- Three legal templates for key eCommerce regulations
We provide answers to
- What are legal requirements on language?
- Which regulations need to be considered for hosting a website in China?
- What are my options on copyrights and trademarks?
- Which regulations on order workflow, customer service and return handling need to be followed?
- What will be the upcoming regulation on the Cyber Security Law?
- Which key points need to be included for legal pages?
About eCommerce Localisation Guides
TMO Group publishes an extensive series of eCommerce Localisation Guides. Covering general, legal and store-level localisation topics, these handbooks provide key market and hands-on information on how to localise your eBusiness per country. We currently cover the following markets in our series: China and Italy. This series is continuously expanding and soon to be published are Germany and France.
The guides are based on our aggregated 20+ years of experience and composed by our dedicated team of eCommerce market researchers. This all-inclusive complementary series of guides will help you find your way through the eCommerce jungle. Be sure to check out our complete series of guides which cover: (A) eCommerce Market Localisation, (B) eCommerce Store Localisation and (C) eCommerce Legal Localisation.
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