APR 03, 2019 | ASIA PACIFIC
Industry Slams Draft National E-commerce Policy, Calls It Vague
Business Standard, April 3, 2019
By Neha Alawadhi
“Restrictions on the cross-border transfer of data and data localisation requirements do not advance the goals stated in the policy. Instead, they disrupt companies’ operations and make it costlier to provide services in India. Studies also indicate that local companies would be required to pay 30-60 per cent more for their computing needs in such cases.”
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