Ever since internet has stepped in the domain of markets, the style of conducting commercial transactions has changed. E-Commerce transactions are very different from the everyday buying at the store transactions and they are gaining more significance by the day. Due to the everevolving technology driven nature of these e-markets, regulators across the globe are exploring ways to discipline them without causing much distortions. However, the job is more complicated than it appears. In these circumstances, while India is in the phase of drafting its National ECommerce Policy, its international forefront reflects carefulness in engaging in the ongoing negotiations. This article aims to explore the complexity of e-commerce from the international trade forefront and its implications for developing countries like India.