Barcelona, December 7, 2015.- Ecommerce Europe proposes policy and market solutions to stimulate consumers’ trust in cross-border e-commerce. The European e-commerce association wants to ensure that the upcoming legal framework for consumer policies will be fit for the future challenges of this very dynamic sector. In its newly published position paper, Ecommerce Europe reflects on existing legislation and on the new draft proposals announced in the Digital Single Market Strategy of the European Commission. Most importantly, the association asks for full harmonization of rules and support for industry initiatives.
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