Amazon shipping boxes lie on conveyor belts during a trial run at the logistics hall of the new Amazon logistics centre in Gera, Germany, on July 21. Chinese cross-border e-commerce merchants are facing “growing pains”, a Beijing official said on Thursday, after Amazon banned some of the biggest sellers from its platform. Photo: dpa Amazon shipping boxes lie on conveyor belts during a trial run at the logistics hall of the new Amazon logistics centre in Gera, Germany, on July 21. Chinese cross-border e-commerce merchants are facing “growing pains”, a Beijing official said on Thursday, after Amazon banned some of the biggest sellers from its platform. Photo: dpa
Amazon shipping boxes lie on conveyor belts during a trial run at the logistics hall of the new Amazon logistics centre in Gera, Germany, on July 21. Chinese cross-border e-commerce merchants are facing “growing pains”, a Beijing official said on Thursday, after Amazon banned some of the biggest sellers from its platform. Photo: dpa
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Made in China, sold on Amazon: Beijing says banned Chinese sellers facing ‘growing pains’ of cross-border e-commerce

  • The director of China’s Foreign Trade Department said ‘Chinese solutions’ on Western platforms help develop cross-border e-commerce, but challenges remain
  • Amazon banned some of the biggest Chinese merchants on the platform for ‘review abuse’ this year amid an e-commerce boom during the pandemic

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Amazon shipping boxes lie on conveyor belts during a trial run at the logistics hall of the new Amazon logistics centre in Gera, Germany, on July 21. Chinese cross-border e-commerce merchants are facing “growing pains”, a Beijing official said on Thursday, after Amazon banned some of the biggest sellers from its platform. Photo: dpa Amazon shipping boxes lie on conveyor belts during a trial run at the logistics hall of the new Amazon logistics centre in Gera, Germany, on July 21. Chinese cross-border e-commerce merchants are facing “growing pains”, a Beijing official said on Thursday, after Amazon banned some of the biggest sellers from its platform. Photo: dpa
Amazon shipping boxes lie on conveyor belts during a trial run at the logistics hall of the new Amazon logistics centre in Gera, Germany, on July 21. Chinese cross-border e-commerce merchants are facing “growing pains”, a Beijing official said on Thursday, after Amazon banned some of the biggest sellers from its platform. Photo: dpa
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