In a second attempt at the China market, eBay has partnered with Xiu.com. The following articles describe the partnership and the new role that eBay hopes to play in China’s e-commerce industry.
The operator of the world’s biggest online marketplace, eBay, has agreed to partner with a Chinese firm to boost its sales in the country. Read the full BBC article here.
EBay Inc. (EBAY), which operates the world’s largest online marketplace, is betting that a new fashion-focused partnership in China will help it break into a market where it failed five years ago. Read the full Businessweek article here.
Online retail giant eBay has agreed a deal in China to launch a localised shopping site as it seeks to take advantage of demand for its products in the country. Read the full Retail Week article here.
EBay said it has signed a deal with Chinese online fashion and luxury retailer Xiu.com to make its products available in China through a website called eBay Style, which launched Monday. Read the full MarketWatch article here.
Online retailer eBay has announced that it is joining hands with the Chinese online fashion and luxury retailer Xiu.com to launch a localised online store, primarily focused on fashion products. Read the full International Business Times article here.
Ebay is to make a renewed push into China via a partnership with xiu.com, a local online retailer of luxury goods. Read the full Financial Times article here.
Global internet shopping and auctions giant eBay is making a comeback on the mainland through a new partnership with Xiu.com a leading online apparel merchant. Read the full South China Morning Post article here.
EBay Inc. (NASDAQ:EBAY) announced on Monday it will be partnering with Chinese online fashion seller Xiu.com and has launched an e-commerce store in China called “eBay Style” (ebay.xiu.com). Read the full Morning Whistle article here.