The official release of the "E-commerce Law" on January 1, 2019 caused a stir in the e-commerce circle, which also means that the brutal growth of cross-border e-commerce will be effectively improved. For many maternal and child users, everyone began to worry about whether the cross-border maternal and child platform that is increasingly close to them will be affected? Here is a brief interpretation of experience from four aspects, hoping to help you:
 The e-commerce law has a great impact on those individuals (or individuals) engaged in overseas maternal and child products overseas Amoy groups and wechat business groups. As the so-called small amounts add up, so many overseas products flow in every year, the economic value of the loss in terms of a single tax can not be underestimated.
 The introduction of the e-commerce law is in line with the situation and can be described as forward-looking. The new generation of parents (especially the rise of small-town mommy groups) pay more and more attention to the health and safety of maternal and child products, and there is a certain trend of following the trend (of course, there are also reasons for low trust in brands and quality). In the next few years, we can imagine that the maternal and child consumer market will explode into an astonishing scale (this is only for cross-border mothers and children. There are economic gains in other cross-border categories).
 The e-commerce law introduced this time will put an end to the brutal growth of large and small e-commerce in the past. In view of the previously criticized e-commerce chaos, from the perspective of maintaining a fair and reasonable order of the market, the promulgation of the e-commerce law will help ensure quality improvement and the maintenance of after-sales rights and interests of products, so that consumers have laws to follow when they encounter problems, and then effectively protect the actual interests of users.
 The introduction of the E-commerce Law has ushered in favorable policies for comprehensive cross-border e-commerce platforms that are legal, compliant and rigorously operated. Cross-border maternal and child e-commerce platforms with certain qualifications, through layers of global (each category and source details are well documented), input high-quality and high reputation brand products, and use the advantages of the platform (online e-commerce + online entity) to better serve the consumer market, so as to build a virtuous "procurement - consumption - after-sales" closed loop. This also seems to be conducive to the healthy development of the entire industry.
The introduction of the e-commerce law is in line with the social development trend, but also in line with the actual situation, we do not need to worry and interpret too much, otherwise it is a little alarmist taste