Amazon Europe will increase FBA fees starting March 31
Amazon FBA fee changes will take effect March 31, 2022. To better align FBA fees with fulfillment costs, Amazon is changing the following package sizes:
Reduced the size of the large envelope 960g size from 33x25x5 cm to 33x25x4 cm;
A new size class will be introduced: Extra Large Envelope 960g: 33x25x6 cm in size;
Add a new small package size and weight layer, so the small package will have two sizes.
TikTok Announces "British Cross-Border Merchant Performance Adjustment Plan"
A few days ago, TikTok released the "British Cross-Border Merchant Performance Adjustment Plan". Within 15 days from March 17th to March 31st, TikTok provided these merchants with a plan to extend the time limit for performance and waiver of penalties. Orders that cannot be fulfilled for more than 12 days are still recorded as overtime orders and included in the performance appraisal of merchants. Orders from overseas warehouses are not within the scope of the performance extension.
eBay and MPIDC signed a cooperation agreement! Help Indian companies grow their online business!
Recently, eBay announced the signing of a cooperation agreement with Madhya Pradesh Industrial Development Corporation (MPIDC) to help small, medium and micro enterprises in India achieve digital transformation. eBay will help businesses under MPIDC establish or expand their online, cross-border export businesses on the eBay marketplace.
A large number of products were found to be non-compliant!Amazon, eBay and Wish Quickly Take Down
UK consumer advocacy group Which? After being notified, Amazon, eBay and Wish quickly removed the listing.
The EU's Digital Markets Act may come into force in October!
According to foreign media reports, EU member states, the European Commission and the European Parliament recently reached an agreement on the "Digital Markets Act", which will strengthen the supervision of global technology giants and end their abuse of dominance. This may reshape the business models of large American technology companies represented by Google, Apple, Amazon, and Meta (formerly Facebook).
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