Cambodia’s e-com sector seeks clear, regionally uniform regulations

Cambodia’s rising e-commerce sector requires clear definition of laws and regulations by regulators addressing concerns of market uncertainties while maintaining regional uniformity, according to stakeholders who discussed e-commerce tax and licensing requirements at a panel discussion hosted by DFDL, a legal, tax and investment enterprise in the country.

The law on e-commerce and consumer protection was promulgated in 2019 with subsequent decrees and sub-decrees aiming to define e-commerce classifications as well as registration and tax requirements for both local and foreign companies.

But many current regulations lack clarity on the differences between a traditional and an e-commerce business, said Christopher McCarthy, chief executive officer of domestic marketing agency Mango Tango.

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