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European Commission Consultation on Legal Problems in e-Business
Posted on Sunday, October 26 @ 23:37:05 CET by eglobal

Online Dispute Resolution News A Colleague writes "The e-Economy has become a wide-ranging phenomenon, cutting across geographical boundaries and industry sectors with the potential to further boost the Internal Market in the form of economic growth, investment, innovation and job creation.

As a follow-up to the eEurope 2005 Action Plan and the conclusions of the European Council of 20/21 March 2003 stressing the need for exchanging experience in the field of e-business, the European Commission, Directorate General Enterprise, would be interested in your experience as an enterprise doing e-business. The objective is to collect feedback and practical experiences from the market and to identify still existing practical barriers or new legal problems encountered while conducting business electronically.

The consultation will remain open for responses until 7 November 2003. And..


-------> Members of E-Arbitration-T Portal and related stakeholders are invited to consult the - following questionnaire -
The services of the Commission will analyse the results of the open consultation and discuss them with all relevant stakeholders at a High-level Conference, to be organised in March/April 2004. The conclusions will help to reach the EU's ambitious Lisbon target of becoming the world's most competitive and dynamic knowledge-based economy.

We appreciate your contributions and thank you in advance!


Definition of e-business:
For the purpose of the present questionnaire, "e-business" is defined in a broad sense as the use of electronic telecommunications for business purposes, including:

Online buying
Online selling
Provision of other online services (including marketing and advertising)
Online collaboration with business partners
Online internal business activities: accounting, management"

 
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