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Tmall International Boosting during China Spring Festival, 70% Sales from 90’s

Tmall International revealed the imported e-commerce performance in the past Spring Festival, expressing that the sales boosted 20 times and 70% contributed from 90’s. Shanghai, Beijing and Hangzhou have become the top 3 cities of imported consumption, followed by Chengdu and Chongqing during Feb 2 to Feb 22, 2018. Thermal of import consumption for provinces and regions in 2015 and 2017 Moreover, in addition to Japanese beauty instrument, French…

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Cross-border eCommerce in Shanghai FTA

In 2013, Shanghai Municipal established a nation dedicated company in its FTA, Shanghai International Cross-border Trade Co., Ltd., to serve for those Cross-border eCommerce traders in Shanghai. This cross-border e-commerce of FTA has 3 advantages, comparing with counterparts in other areas of China. to issue a series of relevant policies including low tariffs to build a more mature platform with unified customs clearance services for cross-border e-commerce enterprises to have…

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This Really Makes Sense in Online Marketing and Sales

A couple of days ago, we introduced Baidu analysis tool, with the post title of Baidu Real-Time Works Better Than Its Equivalent in Google Analysis, on this site. Suppose one day, you have a leads, with leads name, contact information, query … What if you enable to know all the details of this person visit, before talking to him/her? This makes a lot of sense before sales talk, because it’s worthwhile to trust…

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China Outbound Tourism during Spring Festival Holiday

According to latest report of Tourism Market in The World from UNWTO, GMA, Chinese Outbound Tourism Market is the 1st in the world in term of Spending. Chinese outbound tourists will reach 6.5 millions during the specific Spring Festival holidays in China, with an average spend of US$1,500, according to the joint report of China Tourism Academy & Ctrip. More expectation are made in the report….

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e-Commerce Impacting Offline Groceries Greatly

The pace of e-commerce is unexpected and even the grocery store can not escape the impact of online shopping. According to media reports, perhaps a couple of years later, stores in your neighborhood may fall into more intense competition, as the Food Marketing Institute and a joint Nielsen report shows that over the next five years , most US buyers will do shopping online. This change is much…

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