India, for many centuries, has been known for trading, establishing the Silk-route, Spice-route. With tech advancement, e-commerce (ecom) has created a new world order, “Ecom route”. Ask any FMCG company, behemoth or small, on Amazon’s disruption on their sales. Ecom,
In today’s world, internet is not only an instrument for exchange of information, but has change the way businesses operate. Consumers turn to the internet for product information, comparing prices, finding special deals and discounts and even return policies. India’s
In the previous post (http://novojuris.wordpress.com/2012/01/12/legal-issues-in-e-commerce-part-1-of-the-series/) we provided a glimpse, that based on the specific nature of business, there are various legislations that an e-com business has to comply with. This post examines some of the ‘core’ legal issues relevant to nature
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