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Amazon Calls it Quits in China

After over a decade of trying to make its mark in China, Amazon has announced that it will be closing, focusing its efforts elsewhere.

Natasha Sholl By Natasha Sholl | 22 Apr 2019
Exclusive: Alibaba’s Top Tips For Breaking into China’s E-Commerce Market

Speaking with Power Retail, Maggie Zhou, the managing director of Alibaba Group in Australia and New Zealand details how brands like Chemist Warehouse and Woolworths have executed successful cross-border strategies.

April Davis By April Davis | 06 Feb 2019
Two Retailers Share Cross-Channel and International Strategies

We talk to the founders of Rollie Nation and Incy Interiors about how they’ve found success in an increasingly online world.

April Davis By April Davis | 05 Nov 2018
Amazon and Alibaba Go Head-to-Head in China

Amazon is taking the fight for marketplace dominance to Alibaba’s home turf, by hosting an event in Alibaba’s hometown – Hangzhou.

April Davis By April Davis | 18 May 2018
Pharmacies Leveraging Direct to Daigou Sales to China

Cross border trade to China is out of reach for many businesses, yet this Daigou to Consumer platform means that you have direct access to Chinese customers through a network of agents.

Natasha Sholl By Natasha Sholl | 15 Mar 2018
Australia Makes Top Three Importer Countries into China

Post-millinials with ageing-anxiety and a penchant for luxury items hold the buying power, resulting in cross border trade growth into China.

Natasha Sholl By Natasha Sholl | 08 Mar 2018
bellabox Breaks Into Chinese Beauty Market

Homegrown beauty brand bellabox is set to enter the lucrative Chinese market, through a joint venture with Australia Post and Chinese marketplace platform Tmall.

By Rory Betteridge | 23 Sep 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
Walmart Accelerates E-Commerce Plans in China

Walmart has acquired the remaining 49 percent of shares in Yihaodian's as part of its plan to distribute its products to Chinese consumers through its online service.

By Sam Gopal | 30 Jul 2015