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Doing business in China can be difficult, admits Nicolas Chu, CEO and co-founder of digital marketing company Sinorbis – but it’s not impossible...

Chinese consumers will find it easier to buy fresh Australian produce and a wider range of other Australian goods and services following a ground-breaking agreement between Austrade and Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba...

Global transportation company FedEx Express has opened a new state-of-the-art facility at Perth Airport to give WA customers greater access to its global network...

Leading tech company Pitney Bowes has unveiled a new global e-commerce solution for retailers looking to sell their goods across international borders...

To meet growing demand from Chinese consumers for high quality and ethical products from Australia, Sigma Pharmaceuticals has announced plans to target China’s booming online shopping market...

The recent announcement regarding China’s new cross-border e-commerce regulatory changes, in the public’s view, may have taken some of the shine off the China-Australia Free Trade Agreement (ChAFTA), which came into effect only four months ago...

Australian SMEs who previously found it too difficult or costly to export to China now sell to Chinese consumers due to advances in cross-border e-Commerce...

Australian businesses can now take advantage of a new reciprocal agreement that allows them to list niche products on a major online shopping platform in South Korea...

With the emergence of China as the global e-commerce leader and rapid growth elsewhere in Asia and Latin America, online shopping has truly gone global, providing SMEs (small and medium-size enterprises) with significant growth opportunities.

Shipping-related concerns are a crucial factor for consumers when buying online, a new study has found.