Policy Areas

Ecommerce Europe provides solutions to stimulate and promote the cross-border e-commerce industry in Europe.

The association is a major stakeholder in key policy issues concerning  the Digital Single Market. Ecommerce Europe advocates for breaking down barriers in the Digital Single Market in order to unlock the potential of cross-border e-commerce.

Ecommerce Europe’s positions and strategy are always decided in coordination with the members of the  Working Committees – the policy experts from national associations and e-commerce companies.

Six key policy areas

Security & Privacy

Harmonizing and updating legislation.

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Consumer Policies

Harmonizing and simplifing consumer rules.

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e-Payments

Guaranteeing seamless and borderless online payments.

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Tax issues

Harmonizing EU VAT system and extending Mini-One-Stop-Shop.

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Competition

Strengthening pan-EU action for fair competition.

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e-Logistics

Creating a better cross-border parcel delivery market in Europe.

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