E-com­merce firms put con­sumers first

Global Times US Edition - - BIZUPDATE -

Ten of China’s ma­jor e-com­merce com­pa­nies signed a com­mit­ment on Wed­nes­day to safe­guard con­sumers’ rights and in­ter­ests.

On­line re­tail­ers in­clud­ing Alibaba, JD.com and Ctrip promised to run their busi­nesses hon­estly by fight­ing fake prod­ucts and pro­tect­ing user data, adding that they will urge third-party sell­ers to ob­serve rel­e­vant laws and reg­u­la­tions.

Cred­i­bil­ity on the in­ter­net has be­come a ma­jor so­ci­etal con­cern, said Zhao Hui, an of­fi­cial with the Of­fice of the Cen­tral Cy­berspace Af­fairs Com­mis­sion and the China Fed­er­a­tion of In­ter­net So­ci­eties.

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