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China Passes E-commerce Law: Implications for CBEC

  •   4 Sep 2018
  •    Anne Peng
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    China Passes E-commerce Law: Implications for CBECThe Ecommerce Law has not clarified the exact requirements for cross-border ecommerce which are expected to be detailed in a pending administrative rule specifically developed to regulate CBEC...

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    is the electronic signature recognized in China for cosmetic (example signature of a certificat of analysis)?
    Monday, 10 September 2018
    Hi Smith, thanks for your comment. Currently SAMR's opinion on electronic signature is that the certificate will not be regarded as the original to have an electronic signature. So any dossiers that requires the original is better to have a handwritten signature.
    Tuesday, 11 September 2018