Tujuan Asean Agreement on E-Commerce Adalah Kecuali

In 2016, ASEAN, in collaboration with USAID and US-ABC, launched the ASEAN SME Academy (www.asean-sme-ademy.org), an online training platform for SMEs, particularly in the ASEAN region. The aim of this platform is to increase the capacity and capacity of SMEs to access finance, market access and information on technology and innovation, in the hope that they can be used directly by SMEs. ASEAN SME Service Center (SME Portal) (www.aseansme.org) is a website created as a service portal to extend integrated access to information for ASEAN SMEs. Services accessible on the portal include financial services, investment, sales and marketing, quality improvement, research and technology (R&D), science and technology, capacity building, licensing, registration and licensing, etc. In addition, there are also information services on the Free Trade Area (FTA), consultations, exhibitions, news and other services, as well as information and activities in each ASEAN member state. In addition, there is a directory that can be used as a means of marketing SME products, where SMEs can market their products through the portal Each Member State will cooperate in various areas to implement the obligations arising from the ASEAN Agreement on Electronic Commerce and establish a mechanism for competent cooperation between officials to investigate and dispute settlement procedures related to trade transactions. electronics. and other issues related to e-commerce transactions and other issues related to e-commerce transactions. Approved by the Member States. Trade facilitation through cross-border electronic systems includes information technology-based trade, electronic authentication and electronic signatures, online consumer protection, cross-border transmission of information electronically, online protection of personal data and location of IT resources. The IAI aims to create equitable development between ASEAN-6 (Brunei Darussalam, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore and Thailand) and CLMV (Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar and Vietnam). Bisnis.com, JAKARTA – The ASEAN Agreement on Trade in Electronic Systems or the ASEAN Agreement on Electronic Commerce is expected to be approved and passed as national law, along with the government`s goal of growing the digital economy. The ASEAN Agreement on Electronic Commerce requires each Member State to regularly involve relevant stakeholders, including the private sector, academic institutions, international organizations and other relevant partners, in order to promote the exchange of information and develop proposals for the development of electronic commerce.

In addition, to enforce electronic business laws and regulations, taking into account international conventions or legal models related to electronic commerce, publish without delay any measures relating to or relating to the implementation of the ASEAN Convention on Electronic Commerce, and to other Member States with respect to any measures related to the implementation of the ASEAN Convention on Electronic Commerce. Asean Business Incubator Network (ABINet) is a joint project between ASEAN and Japan with JAIF funding sources. The main objective of this project is to develop business incubators and technologies for capacity building and competitiveness of MSMEs in ASEAN. Singapore`s Minister of Trade and Industry Chan Chun Sing, as head of the meeting, said he was encouraged by the results. According to him, the e-commerce agreement demonstrates ASEAN`s commitment to free and open trade. Advances in ASEAN connectivity require a good logistics system. However, logistics efficiency has not increased with the speed previously sought by MPAC, where this efficiency is measured by the length of transport time and transport costs in the region. One of the fundamental challenges is the problem of coordination between government agencies and the lack of proven exchanges. « We are also updating and revising a number of e-commerce rules to combat predatory pricing practices in PMSE, » he said.

The ASEAN Agreement on Electronic Commerce of November 1999 agreed to establish an e-ASEAN Working Group as an oversight body composed of government and private representatives from ten member States, with the aim of promoting the emergence of electronic commerce in the form of dot-com enterprises and projects that support it, such as e.B e-entrepreneurship seminars, an ASEAN school network, regional trade networks, the ASEAN Global Portal and trade or industrial exchange programs. .