2010 national NPC and CPPCC was held in Beijing, delegates from across the country have brainstorming, as e-commerce rapid development in recent years has received more and more attention. The National People’s Congress, the general manager of China Mobile Guangdong Xu Long on the development of electronic commerce in the "law" of the proposal, Chinese should formulate a unified "electronic commerce law" as soon as possible, to guide and standardize the e-commerce activities, to prevent and reduce the risk of online trading.
Xu Long said: "in order to guarantee and promote the scientific development of electronic commerce, to guide and standardize the e-commerce activities, to prevent and reduce the risk of the transaction, Chinese in urgent need of electronic commerce law to formulate a unified system, if not timely introduction of" electronic commerce ", easily lead to e-commerce market is disorderly, seriously restricted Chinese electronic commerce the rapid and healthy development. "Electronic commerce law" should include the purpose of legislation, the concept of electronic commerce, basic principles, trade subject, electronic contract, electronic signature and authentication, electronic payment, credit guarantee, transaction security, personal information protection, consumer protection, intellectual property protection, e-commerce taxation, industry self-regulation, dispute settlement mechanism, legal responsibility etc.."
‘s Xu Long proposal immediately caused a high degree of attention of the industry, as a support Chinese in the Internet industry in recent years the rise of e-commerce began has experienced ten years of ups and downs from 1999, a review of the development of electronic commerce for ten years, we can see that Chinese e-commerce has reached a critical moment.
is an important node in e-commerce ten years:
1999: May, known as the first Chinese electronic commerce Wang Juntao was founded in 8848, the first China B2C website was born, to create online shopping precedent; August, China eachnet.com established the first C2C website, to build the first domestic C2C platform; in September, China Merchants Bank to carry out the "one network" business, the establishment of online payment system. So far the rise of online shopping, e-commerce began to sprout in china.
2001: the Bank of China promulgated the Interim Measures for the management of online banking business, initially began to regulate online payment behavior.
2003: March, "SARS" bring enormous opportunities for the development of electronic commerce, people eager to stay at home, convenient, 24 hours of online shopping; in May, the Alibaba group as an opportunity to set up taobao.com, and in October launched the third party payment "Alipay", people’s consumption habits began to change, the concept of online shopping it gained popularity.
2005: Tencent based on the huge customer base, launched the pat Network, bringing the domestic Taobao, eBay, pat a situation of tripartite confrontation.
2007: Alibaba successfully listed on the main board in Hongkong, financing $1 billion 690 million. At this point, China’s e-commerce business and investment enthusiasm, began a new round of rise and development.