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TRA holds third eBiz Payment workshop

Regulator brings together e-commerce stakeholders to discuss way forward for sector

TRA holds third eBiz Payment workshop
HE Hamad Obaid Al Mansouri, director-general, UAE mGovernment.

The UAE's Telecommunications Regulatory Authority (TRA) today hosted its third ‘eBiz Payment' workshop in its Dubai headquarters.

The event brought together stakeholders from across the e-commerce industry to "discuss ways to advance the sector and enhance online transaction experience of UAE Internet users", the regulator said in a statement.

The TRA added that boosting both consumer and business confidence in the safety of the UAE e-commerce system was also a key focus area for the workshop.

"At the third instalment of this innovative workshop series, we have designed the programme to provide a holistic view of the e-commerce ecosystem and our goals are to continuously support the people, entrepreneurs and the businesses they represent, to launch their own e-commerce platform and store," said HE Hamad Obaid Al Mansouri, director-general, UAE mGovernment.

"We also aim to provide those attending with a full grasp on the sector, by covering topics that resonate with those in the early stages of development or working in the industry."

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