A e-commerce law was enacted on November 2, 2019, with a six-month period for publication to the public before its implementation on May 23, 2020 throughout the country.
The law aims to regulate domestic and cross-border e-commerce activities in Cambodia. It is intended to be applied to all documents as well as all commercial and civil transactions conducted via an electronic platform, except certain documents listed by sub-decrees.
In order to regulate digital commerce in Cambodia, the law establishes standard document templates for online transactions. It also sets standards and requirements for the enforceability of these transactions.
The law designates the Ministry of Posts and Telecommunications as responsible for compliance with these new regulations.
Source : Bun & Associates