The creation of legislation to regulate electronic trade in the country is important, to allow the rights of consumers to be safeguarded, said Friday in Luanda the creator of the electronic commerce platform BayQi, Fatima Almeida.
Speaking to the press, in the forum on Electronic Commerce in Angola, the official said that e-commerce in the country is growing and to avoid mocking on the part of many opportunists there must be legislation to ensure the trust of security and rights of customers.
“E-commerce in Angola is growing and in four years will be more important in the country, because it has been gaining space,” she said.
He argued that electronic commerce is one of the easiest ways to connect to the world, without requiring people to move from their homes or the workplace to purchase a particular product.
E-commerce is commercial transactions made through the internet, using computers, tablets and smartphones.