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Sigma Launches Chinese Pharmacy Website

Sigma Pharmaceuticals has launched an Amcal-branded e-commerce platform in China, hoping to capitalise on the strong demand for quality Australian products.

By Julian Thumm | 06 Jun 2016
China to Modify Cross-Border E-Commerce Tax Policy

China is rumoured to be trialling a new cross-border e-commerce tax policy, which would present challenges and opportunities to Aussie retailers selling into China.

By Ray Huang | 29 Feb 2016
Mihaibao Brings Luxury Brands to China

Led by some high-profile investors, retail tech start-up Mihaibao has received a significant seed funding bump helping it in its aim to bring Western luxury retailers to Chinese shoppers.

By Julian Thumm | 14 Jan 2016
China's Economic Slowdown and What it Means for Aussie Retailers

Recent economic turmoil in China has left many Australian retailers reconsidering plans to sell into the Chinese market. But experts are preaching caution not panic.

By Ray Huang | 13 Jan 2016
How Retailers Can Access the Chinese Market

With China's one-child policy ending, Chinese consumer demand is set to boom. E-commerce solution provider Azoya takes us through one of the opportunities that comes with tapping the massive Chinese market.

By Ray Huang | 06 Nov 2015
DHL Reports Australian Exporter Confidence at Highest Level since GFC

The latest DHL Export Barometer report indicates Australian confidence in exporting is at its highest level since 2011, aided by a weakening dollar.

By Sam Gopal | 12 Aug 2015
Australia Post Help Online Retailers Tap Into Chinese Market

Diversifying into the e-commerce space, AusPost's platform development venture to help local small-to-medium retailers sell into the Chinese market is tracking well.

By Sam Gopal | 31 Jul 2015
Online Grocery Sales Soaring in China

The Chinese online grocery market is set to be worth almost US$180 billion by 2020, nearly five times its current value of US$41 billion, according to a report.

By Sam Gopal | 07 Jul 2015
Gap Experiencing Rapid Growth in China

US-based apparel brand Gap Inc. is among those retailers benefiting from a booming Chinese economy, as the latest Internet Retailer 2015 China 500 reveals 59 percent growth in online sales.

By Sam Gopal | 11 Mar 2015