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Tag: e-Commerce

Tencent

China tightens political grip over internet giants 

Many insiders believe that Chinese leaders don't want to reimpose direct control of the economy but want private sector companies to align with ruling party plans.
E-Cab, Bangladesh

Customers appeals in e-Cab to keep Evaly active

At the outset of the claim, they sought the release of two of the company's top detainees and sought an opportunity to do business with CEO Rassell through surveillance.
ecommerce, online shopping

Bangladesh: Uncertainty over Tk 210 crore of e-commerce firms stuck in the gateway

The government has issued the Digital Commerce Management Guideline 2021 to protect the interests of e-commerce consumers from July this year as allegations of non-delivery of goods with advance payment continue to grow.
Four E-commerce, Bangladesh

Four e-commerce firms membership suspended: e-Cab

Dhaka: The Bangladesh E-Commerce Association of Bangladesh (E-CAB) has suspended the membership of Evaly, Dhamakashping, Sirajganj Shop, and Glitter's RST World.
ecommerce, online shopping

Bangladesh govt forms 16-member committee for e-commerce sector

The Director-General of the WTO Cell of the Ministry of Commerce and the head of the digital commerce cell Hafizur Rahman has been made the convener of the committee.
Commerce Minister

Strides are underway to protect e-commerce consumer interests: Minister

"E-commerce has evolved beyond our expectations in the Covid supermarket," he said. Some companies have cheated customers, but customers also need to be more aware.
Sillers

Heavy discounts: Merchants did not know the inside story

The policy of Dhamaka Shopping to capture the market by selling products online with unusual discounts was not clearly known to the customers of the company.
E-commerce product delivery

Bangladesh: Delivery of e-commerce products mandatory in 5 days

In this situation, the Ministry of Commerce has requested the general public to purchase goods from the company conducting digital commerce with caution.
ecommerce, online shopping

Bangladesh Competition Commission to sue e-commerce firms for unusual offers

The Bangladesh Competition Commission will file a case against any other organization in the future if it finds evidence of anti-competition activities.
Evaly

Bangladesh: Check fraud case filed against e-commerce firm Evaly

The plaintiff in the case is the son of Shafiqur Rahman of Jahangirpur village of Chaugachha upazila’s Moshahedur Rahman. In the statement of the case, it has been said that the MD of Evaly did not give the product with the money and later on July 25, Tarafdar Md. Moshahedur Rahman was given a check of Tk. 1 lakh 77 thousand by the National Bank.
Digital Senate
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