E-commerce in the UK: understanding the key considerations
The UK is an exciting place for an e-commerce business to establish itself at the moment. It is a market leader with UK consumers spending per person more than any other country in the world. Such spending looks set to continue as highlighted by a recent study, which found that online spending by consumers in May 2013 was up 10.3 per cent on the same month in the previous year.
With appetite for online spending in the UK expanding, e-commerce businesses are increasingly looking to set up here in the UK. This article considers some of the key legal considerations online e-commerce businesses should plan for…
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