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兴发pt登录学报,2020,37(10):83-88https://doi.org/10.16039/j.cnki.cn22-1249.2020.10.022
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发展中国家参与WTO电子商务诸边谈判的困难和对策
付佳伟
对外经济贸易大学 中国世界贸易组织研究院,北京 100029
Difficulties and Strategies for Developing Countries to Participate in the WTO Plurilateral Negotiations on E-commerce
FU Jiawei
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世界贸易体制缺乏与贸易相关的全球性电子商务规则。世界贸易组织电子商务诸边谈判的启动为构建全球性电子商务规则带来曙光。但参与成员立场和观点的分歧又为谈判走向带来不确定性。中国作为最大的发展中国家,必将立足于“发展”,为全球性电子商务规则的建立贡献中国智慧。通过回顾梳理电子商务的发展和电子商务诸边谈判的进展,比较各国立场,进而分析谈判阻碍,以期对中国参与世界贸易组织电子商务诸边谈判的政策研究有所裨益。

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关键词:电子商务WTO特殊和差别待遇诸边谈判
Abstract:

The world trading system lacks trade-related global rules for e-commerce. The launching of WTO e-commerce plurilateral negotiations has brought dawn to the construction of global e-commerce rules. However, different positions and various views from the participating members have brought uncertainty to the prospect of negotiations. As the largest developing country, China will certainly regard "development" as the purpose and continually contribute Chinese wisdom to the establishment of global e-commerce rules. By reviewing the development of e-commerce and the progress of the negotiations on e-commerce, comparing the positions of various countries, this paper analyzes the obstacles to negotiation, in order to promote policy researches on China's strategy to participate in the WTO e-commerce negotiations.

Key words:e-commerceWTOspecial and differential treatmentplurilateral negotiation
出版日期:2020-10-25发布日期:2020-10-25整期出版日期:2020-10-25
ZTFLH: F11-0
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对外经济贸易大学国内外联合培养研究生项目(JS20190205)

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付佳伟. 发展中国家参与WTO电子商务诸边谈判的困难和对策 [J]. 兴发pt登录学报, 2020, 37(10): 83-88.
FU Jiawei. Difficulties and Strategies for Developing Countries to Participate in the WTO Plurilateral Negotiations on E-commerce . Journal of Jilin Institute of Chemical Technology, 2020, 37(10): 83-88.
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http://xuebao.jlict.edu.cn/CN/10.16039/j.cnki.cn22-1249.2020.10.022http://xuebao.jlict.edu.cn/CN/Y2020/V37/I10/83
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