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Chinas emerging new economy

the internet and e-commerce

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Published by Administrator in Singapore University Press

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        StatementSingapore University Press
        PublishersSingapore University Press
        LC Classifications2001
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 95 p. :
        Number of Pages75
        ID Numbers
        ISBN 109810244959
        Machine generated contents note: The New Economy Emergence of the New Economy The Internet and E-commerce as Driving Forces Embracing the New Economy The Internet in China Explosive Growth and Its Implications The Internets Developments in China Regulatory Framework Demand Side Issues Supply Side Issues Opportunities for Foreign Involvement E-commerce in China E-commerce Mushrooms Despite Problems IT Financial Infrastructure E-commerce Websites and Major Players Methods of Payment and Delivery Issues and Obstacles Economic Issues Technical Issues Social Issues Recent Developments Annex 1: PRC Interim Provisions of the Regulation of Computer Networks and the Internet Annex 2: PRC Measures of the Regulation of Public Computer Networks and the Internet Annex 3: Computer Information Network and Internet Security, Protection and Management Regulations Chapter 1 Comprehensive Regulations Chapter 2 Responsibility for Security and Protection Chapter 3 Security and Supervision Chapter 4 Legal Responsibility Chapter 5 Additional Regulations Annex 4: State Secrecy Protection Regulations for Computer Information Systems on the Internet Chapter 1 General Principles Chapter 2 Security Mechanism Chapter 3 Supervising the Protection of Secrets Chapter 4 Supplementary Provisions Annex 5: Rules of Shanghai Municipality on the Management of Computer Public Information Networks Involving Personnel Exchange Services Annex 6: Regulations on the Registration and Filing of Online Business Operations Chapter 1 General Provisions Chapter 2 Application, Verification and Ratification Chapter 3 Modification, Assignment and Annual Checks Chapter 4 Cancellation Chapter 5 Supervision and Management Chapter 6 Supplementary Provisions Annex 7: Guidelines on the Development of Chinas E-commerce Industry Annex 8: Circular of the Beijing Municipal Administration for Industry and Commerce Concerning E-commerce Activities Registration Annex 9: New Rules on E-commerce Digital Certificates.

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