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cross-border e-commerce

cross-border e-commerce Archives

Most Singaporeans purchase online overseas every month

A recent survey has shown that around 75 per cent of Singaporeans purchase overseas products at least once a month.

Cross-border online retailers rapped over shipping fees, late deliveries and damaged goods

Cross-border online retailers are under fire in Hong Kong over allegations of unclear shipping costs, additional fees, l...

Alibaba may buy Kaola from Netease

Alibaba and Chinese tech firm Netease are in talks on the internet giant’s potential acquisition of its cross-border e-c...

Alibaba promises US$200 billion global sourcing plan

Alibaba has committed to help import US$200 billion worth of goods from more than 120 countries over the next five years...

Lung Fung Group seals India deal

Cross-border e-commerce platform Buy For Me India (BFMe.in) has signed an exclusive MOU with Lung Fung Group.

Cash-on-delivery service launched by DHL eCommerce

DHL eCommerce has launched a cross-border cash-on-delivery service for Southeast Asian customers.

Middle class driving Chinese cross-border e-commerce

A growing middle class in China that likes shopping for foreign brands is helping drive cross-border e-commerce, accordi...

Chinese travellers spending less in stores

Chinese tourists are travelling more but spending less in stores, says a new report from global consulting firm Oliver W...

Southeast Asian online market growing 32 per cent annually

The Southeast Asian online market is growing by 32 per cent annually and will rise sharply according to a Korean governm...

Alibaba revenue set to grow 49 per cent

Alibaba revenue is expected to grow by between 45 and 49 per cent during the current fiscal year.