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China trade: B2B e-commerce booms as world looks to get back outside and resume ‘normal life’

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]Sales of non-pandemic goods are on the rise as China’s business-to-business (B2B) e-commerce trade boomed alongside traditional trade in the first quarter of the year. Exports of kitchen products, household appliances and outdoor sporting goods through B2B e-commerce channels during the quarter edged out masks and sanitisers – the dominant trade a year ago – according to one of China’s biggest B2B e-commerce marketplaces, DHgate. The volume of trade in household appliances and kitchen products…

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Sales of non-pandemic goods are on the rise as China’s business-to-business (B2B) e-commerce trade boomed alongside traditional trade in the first quarter of the year. Exports of kitchen products, household appliances and outdoor sporting goods through B2B e-commerce channels during the quarter edged out masks and sanitisers – the dominant trade a year ago – according to one of China’s biggest B2B e-commerce marketplaces, DHgate. The volume of trade in household appliances and kitchen products…

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