Main Issues on Electronic Commerce and Policy Recommendations

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Chongwha Lee ; Seongbong Lee (1998)
  • Publisher: Korea Institute for International Economic Policy
  • Journal: East Asian Economic Review (issn: 2508-1640, eissn: 2508-1667)
  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.11644/KIEP.JEAI.1998.2.1.12
  • Subject: HB71-74 | Economics as a science | Electronic Commerce

"Electronic Commerce" means that people sell and buy commodity, labor service and information through internet and now is mainly be used in commercial intercourse. The core of the international research related to Electronic Commerce is a tax-exemption, land tax, liberalization of encrypted technology and privacy protection policy, etc. Meanwhile, intellectual property, consumer protection and limitation of packing specification are also researched together with the business activeness. The reason why questions related to Electronic Commerce are in the back of the spotlight is that US and major countries in EU lead the international research to maximize their own benefits. These researches are related to rectify legal system framework for protecting development of Electronic Commerce and to work out international standards. Also, enlarging Electronic Commerce on online resources is also regarded as the core issue by OECD, APEC and other international organization and it is inevitable to have multilateral negotiation regarding this issue. Based on the opinion above mentioned, we collect all the problems brought by Electronic Commerce Activeness in each area in this paper and try to find out corresponding solutions to face these problems.
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