On Thursday, 10 December 2020, our co-panellists discussed how legal protections to consumers affect the conduct of business by e-commerce companies in India, businesses in Singapore, the UK and the US. The panel discussed which primary regulatory impediments face these companies and how consumer laws and product liability issues in their jurisdictions affect foreign companies setting up there. We explored the rules and regulations governing the conduct of these businesses around the globe.
A copy of the slides shared by Subramanian can be accessed below.
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