Nine of China’s biggest e-commerce platforms, including Alibaba, JD.com and Suning co-released a communique recently to crack down over sales fraud and false advertisement of food and health food.

The communiques read ten articles, which include firmly obeying rules regarding platform’s legal responsibilities closely, promotes credit system of vendors, strictly review ads released by vendors regarding food products, and enhance punishment towards those illegal conducts.

An official with the state food and drug regulator said that the e-commerce platforms should actively shoulder responsibilities and cooperate with the government to build a healthy online environment.(Source: thepaper.com)

Nine of China’s biggest e-commerce platforms, including Alibaba, JD.com and Suning co-released a communique recently to crack down over sales fraud and false advertisement of food and health food.

The communiques read ten articles, which include firmly obeying rules regarding platform’s legal responsibilities closely, promotes credit system of vendors, strictly review ads released by vendors regarding food products, and enhance punishment towards those illegal conducts.

An official with the state food and drug regulator said that the e-commerce platforms should actively shoulder responsibilities and cooperate with the government to build a healthy online environment. (Source: thepaper.com)

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