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Will place draft e-comm policy in public domain to seek views: DPIIT Secy

DPIIT Secretary Guruprasad Mohapatra said the ecommerce is a fast emerging sector and it is difficult to predict where it will go in the next couple of years

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BS Web TeamPTI New Delhi
The Department for Promotion of Industry and Internal Trade (DPIIT) will soon put a draft ecommerce policy in the public domain to seek views and comments, a top government official said on Saturday.
DPIIT Secretary Guruprasad Mohapatra said the ecommerce is a fast emerging sector and it is difficult to predict where it will go in the next couple of years.
The country does not have an e-commerce policy and the department is currently working on this, he added.
The government in February last year released a draft national e-commerce policy, proposing setting up a legal and technological framework for restrictions on cross-border

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First Published: May 30 2020 | 5:02 PM IST

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