At the recently held 2023 Amazon Global Selling Seller Conference, Amazon Global Selling's Asia-Pacific Innovation Center settled in Qianhai, Shenzhen.
On November 6th, Freshippo announced at the Import Expo that its "Global Go" business will be fully upgraded.
Recently, Temu has introduced a new agreement to sellers. The 0.5% service fee rate mentioned in the agreement is interpreted as a signal that the platform will start charging commissions.
Cainiao officially submits IPO application, aiming to become the global leader in cross-border smart logistics.
On September 14th, Alibaba.com announced that it will fully initiate localization operations.
On September 7, 2023, Alibaba.com introduced an innovative suite of products at its Co-Create conference in Las Vegas.
PDD expands to Chile and the Philippines, grapples with warehousing and logistics hurdles.
SHEIN invests in Forever 21's parent company, embarking on new attempts: e-commerce platform and offline experiments.
A new store called 'Douyin Imported Supermarket' has officially opened within the Douyin app recently. It is reported that this is a cross-border e-commerce business under the Douyin e-commerce platform, mainly focusing on self-operated operations.
As soon as ChatGPT was released, it aroused some discussion. In the cross-border e-commerce sector, many enterprises have started to access ChatGPT to improve operational efficiency.
Chinese leading tech player Tencent recently launched a cross-border payment platform named "Tenpay Global Business", which provides a one-stop solution for services such as global collection, payment and exchange for cross-border e-commerce sellers and platforms.
On January 30, China's three departments jointly issued an announcement on the tax policy for returned goods in cross-border e-commerce. The returned goods will be exempted from import duties, import value-added taxes and consumption taxes.
Chinese goods from the city of Yiwu in Zhejiang Province, one of the world's largest commodity hubs, will not miss the quadrennial World Cup.
PDD Holdings’ US shopping app Temu is planning an expansion into Canada, just months after beginning operations in America.
Cross-border e-commerce company Zibuyu Group was officially listed on the main board of the Hong Kong Stock Exchange (HKEx) on November 11, with Huatai International and ABC International serving as co-sponsors.
SHEIN, a cross-border fast fashion platform based in China, is piloting a model similar to Taobao in Brazil, whereby merchants set up stores directly on the site and are responsible for their own operations and logistics.
Joybuy, a cross-border shopping platform owned by Chinese e-commerce giant JD.com, announced on November 4 that it will undergo a series of "business upgrades," while trading on the site has now ceased.
Following prior moves in the UK and Indonesia, ByteDance's TikTok is preparing to explore the Spanish e-commerce market, while several US merchants have participated in small-scale tests of TikTok's domestic online shopping platform.
In late September, Beijing-based tech giant ByteDance announced a new online retail platform called "If Yooou." However, recent data shows that it has experienced a "[web] traffic crisis."
Following its rapid ascent in the Chinese e-commerce market, seven-year-old Pinduoduo is now trying its hand in the US with the launch of Temu.