Danish Food Products to Be Sold on China’s Kaola.com E-commerce Platform

China-based cross-border e-commerce platform kaola.com signed an agreement on Wednesday [13 September 2017] with Denmark’s supermarket chain Irma to bring Danish brands to the Chinese market through the platform. According to the agreement, Irma, a subsidiary of Coop Denmark A/S, will first sell its own coffee, chocolate, marmalade, personal care products and children’s clothing through

Inner Mongolian E-commerce Industrial Park Looks to Boost Agricultural Trade

Farmers in North China’s Inner Mongolia autonomous region are connecting with new technology, as well as the land, to sell their produce. Hetao E-commerce Industrial Park in Wuyuan county of Bayannur League has helped them sell their agricultural goods online and increase their incomes…Full Article: China Daily Aug 2017 Key Point Founded in 2015 and

Spain’s Second Largest Bank to Use Alibaba’s Alipay Payment Services

Chinese tourists will be able to use Alipay mobile wallet in Spain thanks to an agreement signed between Spanish bank BBVA and China’s Ant Financial Services Group, BBVA reported on Wednesday [28 June 2017]…Full Article: China Daily June 2017 Key Point Banco Bilbao Vizcaya Argentaria (BBVA), Spain’s second-largest bank, is the first Spanish financial company

Alibaba’s Tmall to Distribute Driscoll’s Strawberries and Chicken of the Sea’s Canned Seafood

Following through on a pledge to support American employment, online retailer Alibaba Group Holding is teaming up with two U.S.-based food companies to sell in the Chinese market…Full Article: Nikkei Asian Review June 2017 Key Point In June 2017, during the Gateway business conference in Detroit, Alibaba Group (Tmall) signed Memorandum of Understanding agreements with

Food Delivery App, Meituan Waimai, Causes Outrage in Henan Province

Meituan Waimai, one of China’s three largest online catering service platforms, has fired an employee for regional discrimination in recruitment which triggered a public outcry. The employee, Tian Yuan, sparked an online uproar Wednesday as viral posts showed Tian asking for recommendations of a candidate for the company’s position of product operator by offering a