E-commerce promoters from Japan, the United States, Europe and South Korea have agreed to collaborate in dealing with consumer complaints over cross-border online trade, the Japan Chamber of Commerce and Industry said Friday.

The chamber, the Better Business Bureau of the U.S., the Korean Institute for Electronic Commerce and the Japan Direct Marketing Association agreed in a meeting in Tokyo to coordinate their procedures for resolving consumer complaints, it said.

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