Beijing, March 10 (IANS) China has completed a draft version of the country's first e-commerce law, a lawmaker said on Thursday.
The draft will be submitted as early as possible to the Financial and Economic Affairs Committee of the National People's Congress (NPC) for review, said Uzhitu, vice chairman of the committee.
After that, the draft e-commerce law will be presented to the NPC Standing Committee for further reading, Xinhua news agency quoted Uzhitu as saying.
The legislation is necessary to deal with new problems in data protection and infringements upon customers' interests, he added. (IANS)