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eBay releases "2023 Christmas Shopping Report"

Souhangwang https://www.sofreight.com/news_64770.html 2023-09-08 12:32:17

eBay releases "2023 Christmas Shopping Report"

NO.1 Yiwu e-commerce transaction volume increased by 12.15% year-on-year

According to statistics, from January to July, Yiwu's e-commerce transaction volume was 270.493 billion yuan, a year-on-year increase of 12.15%; online retail sales were 164.806 billion yuan, a year-on-year increase of 11.78%.

As of now, the number of e-commerce business entities in Yiwu City has reached 556,900, a year-on-year increase of 28.6%, accounting for 1/3 of the province's e-commerce business entities.

Since the beginning of this year, 125,400 new e-commerce business entities have been established in the city, a year-on-year increase of 55.43%, accounting for three-quarters of the total number of newly established market business entities.

NO.2 Home decoration products made in Vietnam are popular on Amazon and Alibaba

According to foreign media reports, with the support of the e-commerce platforms of Amazon in the United States and Alibaba in China, home decorations and small furniture made in Vietnam have been successfully exported to many international markets and are loved by consumers around the world.

Gijae Seong, general manager of Amazon Global Store Vietnam, said that (home improvement and furniture) is an industry with "huge potential and many advantages that have yet to be exploited" for Vietnamese companies.

Alibaba also reports that home and garden products are among the top three most popular Vietnamese product categories on its wholesale platform. In the past three months, potential buyers of Vietnamese products have increased by 64% year-on-year. Among them, the most popular items are tableware, kitchenware, home textiles and economical and practical storage cabinets.

NO.3 Eurozone PPI index fell for seventh consecutive month in July

The European Central Bank may take some comfort from data showing that producer prices in the euro zone fell for the seventh straight month in July and fell sharply from a year earlier.

The monthly decline in the PPI index in the euro area in July was mainly due to a 1.2% drop in prices of intermediate products such as steel, sugar or timber, and a 0.9% drop in energy costs. Prices of capital goods (such as machinery, tools or buildings) and consumer durables rose 0.2 percent, while non-durable consumer goods rose 0.1 percent.

In addition, energy costs have fallen sharply year-on-year, and prices of intermediate products have also fallen. Prices of capital, durable goods and nondurable goods all rose by at least 4%, although those price increases have been steadily slowing since the end of 2022.

NO.4 France may ban the sale of e-cigarettes

French Prime Minister Elisabeth Born announced that the government may issue a ban on the disposable e-cigarette brand Puff as part of measures to curb the increase in the number of smokers.

Bowen said tobacco kills 75,000 people every year, which is a huge number. The government will soon roll out a new national plan to fight tobacco, including a ban on the disposable e-cigarettes known as "Puffs" which are leading young people to a dangerous addiction.