Amazon’s nearly 400 account defendants were involved in the case of 100,000 US dollars, and the WTO ruled that the US’s US$200 billion tariff on China was illegal

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Amazon’s nearly 400 account defendants were involved in the case of 100,000 US dollars, and the WTO ruled that the US’s US$200 billion tariff on China was illegal





It is said that today, a large number of Amazon seller pictures show that there is another problem...

A cross-border sales was exposed for a long time in arrears, and nearly 400 Amazon accounts were accused of 100,000 U.S. dollars

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A large number of Amazon seller pictures show problems, and system failures are not ruled out

Recently, many Amazon sellers reported that the main image could not be displayed. A seller opened a case to consult the Amazon platform, and the platform responded by email saying that it did receive a large area of ​​sellers’ responses to the picture prohibition problem. The picture was clearly uploaded, but the system prompts that there is no picture. The system problem is not ruled out. The platform can only help the seller try to refresh the picture .

At present, there is no official response to the above issues, and the seller can only continue to try to refresh and wait. Earlier, Amazon Japan had issued an announcement stating that the platform has developed main image standards to improve buyers' buying experience. Products that do not meet specific main image standards will be hidden and will not be displayed in buyers' search results.

The WTO ruled that the U.S. imposes a US$200 billion tariff on China illegal, and the Ministry of Commerce responded

On September 15, according to foreign media reports, the World Trade Organization (WTO) ruled that the Trump administration’s tariffs on Chinese goods worth more than US$200 billion were illegal.

In response, the spokesperson of the Ministry of Commerce said that China appreciates the objective and fair ruling made by the expert group. China has resorted to the wrong practices of US unilateralism and trade protectionism to the WTO dispute settlement mechanism. This is a need to safeguard its own legitimate rights and interests. It also demonstrates China's firm determination to respect WTO rules and maintain the authority of the multilateral trading system.

EU plans to issue 225 billion euros of green bonds to stimulate the economy

The European Union will issue 225 billion euros of green bonds. European Commission President Von der Lein said in an important policy address on Wednesday that this is equivalent to about 30% of the EU's 750 billion euro rescue fund. Data shows that the EU’s issuance scale will be roughly equivalent to the sum of all green securities sold globally last year, possibly making it the largest issuer.

TikTok keeps its headquarters in the United States

On September 16, according to the Financial Times, people familiar with the matter disclosed that according to a proposal that has been submitted to the US government, Bytedance has decided to keep TikTok's headquarters in the United States. ByteDance is still TikTok's controlling shareholder. Oracle will hold a minority stake in TikTok. Other US investors may include Wal-Mart, which has bid with Microsoft. Wal-Mart may also hold a minority stake. People familiar with the negotiation process emphasized that specific details may change.

Nearly 400 Amazon accounts were defended, 100,000 U.S. dollars were frozen

Amazon's peak season is approaching, but the platform has caused a big storm. Nearly 400 seller accounts were defended and 100,000 US dollars were frozen. The sudden bad news caught the sellers by surprise and complained endlessly. It is understood that these accounts are all involved in infringement issues. Recently, they have been collectively prosecuted by the brand, and the content of infringement is different. Among them, there are Morale Patch armbands, FrogLog rescue artifacts and so on.

"Poland Amazon" Allegro, if successfully listed, will become Poland's largest IPO

According to foreign media reports, Polish e-commerce leader Allegro has announced that it will IPO on the Warsaw Stock Exchange, with a target valuation of between 11.9 billion and 14.2 billion US dollars. This IPO will be a large-scale IPO in the country since the insurance company PZU raised 2.1 billion euros in 2010. Allegro's listing will issue new shares worth approximately US$270 million. Existing investors and management will also reduce their holdings, and the proceeds will be used to repay the company's debts. Allegro also agreed to provide a five-year priority secured loan of 5.5 billion zlotys and a multi-currency revolving credit facility equivalent to 500 million zlotys to refinance its debt.

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