Archive for March, 2011

New Regulations To Protect Online Trade Suppliers And Buyers In 2011

March 29th, 2011 No comments

A recent news announcement says that the European Union (EU) has firmly backed a new regulation that offers to protect the rights of the online buying community in a better, stronger way. The law primarily aims to protect the interests of consumers who buy goods from online trade suppliers of another member country of the European Union.

Ebay Suppliers To Use The Latest Web Technology In 2011 To Attract More Buyers

March 28th, 2011 No comments

EBay suppliers are happy with the latest announcement coming from the pioneering e-commerce portal. The company smells great opportunities for substantial growth as they hope to bring about a seamless convergence of traditional and online retail sectors. They firmly believe that offline and online markets are blurring their boundaries and new rules of retail selling are being created as a result.

New US Laws Forces Trade Suppliers to Ditch Their US Affiliates

March 21st, 2011 No comments and other major online trade suppliers have warned to cut-off ties with Illinois businesses under a new law, which requires them to collect sales tax for the transactions carried out. announced that it has ended business associations with its Illinois-based affiliates that refer customers to the website and then collect a commission on any sales transaction that takes place.