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Retailers face many unique challenges when selling online to international markets. For example, U.S. merchants need to know what imports are prohibited; when to apply import duties, taxes and tariffs; and how to comply with country-specific forms, country-specific product coding, and local shipping rules.
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With 1.4 billion people living in China and 650 million using internet and 80% of these internet users on mobile devices, it is projected that by 2020, the Chinese ecommerce market will be bigger than that of U.S., U.K., Japan, Germany and France, according to an infographic by Adyen.
U.S.-based businesses that engage in marketing activities directed to Canadian residents – both business and individuals – could find themselves on the receiving end of some hefty fines.
Retailers are spending more on marketing data capture than mobile heading into the 2014 holidays, based on a survey by Edelman Berland for eBay Enterprise.
Small businesses are tapping into global markets with enormous and expanding revenue potential, according to an infographic by PayPal.
Does the global market you are entering fit your product or service? Is the demand there? Does your product translate well into other cultures other than the United States? Ask yourself these questions and make sure the answers are yes.
In the MCM Outlook 2014 survey, the largest number of respondents (26%) said UPS was their primary global carrier, followed by FedEx and the United States Post Office (18%) and DHL (12%). This outcome may be the result of a largely U.S.-based audience, as DHL is generally considered the world’s shipping/logistics leader, followed by FedEx and UPS.
In the last decade the size of the African economy has more than tripled, with West Africa now the fastest growing region on the continent. A favorable macro-economic climate across West Africa means that growth is likely to accelerate above 7% in the next year.
Adyen, a global payment solutions provider, announced it is partnering with Evernote to launch Alipay’s new mobile optimized checkout for Evernote’s user base in China, according to a press release.
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