The Ministry of Commerce has issued guidelines for smooth and efficient management of e-commerce. The directive on digital commerce, signed by Mohammad Hafizur Rahman, director general of the ministry’s WTO cell, was issued on September 23.
The guidelines were formulated in accordance with the provisions of the government’s National Digital Commerce Policy-2021. The issuance of the guidelines brought e-commerce management under closer scrutiny by the government.
The aim of the directive is to create a conducive environment for the successful implementation of the National Commerce Policy (Revised) 2021 by protecting the interests of buyers and sellers in digital buying and selling.
Its purpose is to ensure transparency, accountability and accountability in the conduct of digital commerce; Creating employment through the expansion of digital business. Take steps to increase consumer confidence and rights through digital business discipline and create new entrepreneurs by building a competitive market system.