Another U.S. judge blocked Trump from implementing the TikTok ban. China’s total imports and exports in the first November were 29.04 trillion yuan

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 Another U.S. judge blocked Trump from implementing the TikTok ban. China’s total imports and exports in the first November were 29.04 trillion yuan



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Ministry of Commerce: While the scale of my country's foreign trade is further expanding, the international market share is also further increasing

On December 8, Li Xingqian, Director of the Foreign Trade Department of the Ministry of Commerce, stated that in the first 11 months, China’s total import and export volume reached 29.04 trillion yuan, an increase of 1.8%. In U.S. dollars, imports and exports amounted to 4.17 trillion U.S. dollars, an increase of 0.6%. With the further expansion of China's foreign trade scale, the international market share has also further increased. He also said that the new crown pneumonia epidemic is still spreading globally, international demand is still restricted, and the development of foreign trade is facing many uncertain and unstable factors.

Another U.S. judge prevents Trump administration agency from implementing TikTok ban

Recently, Reuters reported that Washington, D.C. judge Carl Nichols, who was appointed by Trump last year, blocked the U.S. Department of Commerce's ban on TikTok. According to reports, this is the second American judge to prevent the Trump administration from implementing the TikTok ban. Nichols stated that the ban on TikTok issued by the US Department of Commerce "is likely to exceed" its legal authority, and "because it did not consider obvious alternatives, it (the Department of Commerce) acted arbitrarily and capriciously."

General Administration of Customs: From January to November, China seized 45.572 million pieces of suspected infringing goods, a year-on-year increase of 11%

According to statistics, from January to November, customs across the country seized 49,000 batches of suspected import and export infringing goods, a year-on-year increase of 40%, involving 45.572 million suspected infringing goods, a year-on-year increase of 11%.

The first cross-border e-commerce all-cargo charter flight route from Xiamen to Amsterdam in the Netherlands opens

Recently, a B747 all-cargo charter plane took off from Xiamen Gaoqi International Airport and arrived at Amsterdam Airport in the Netherlands more than ten hours later. This marks the official opening of the first regular cross-border e-commerce all-cargo charter flight route from Xiamen to Amsterdam in the Netherlands. It is planned to run three times a week on a regular basis.

Hunan will launch a pilot project for the construction of a comprehensive cross-border e-commerce service center

On December 8, in order to further improve the comprehensive service level of Hunan's cross-border e-commerce, and enhance the ability of Hunan traditional enterprises to explore the international market through cross-border e-commerce, and promote the "Hunan products to sea", the Hunan Provincial Department of Commerce will carry out cross-border in Hunan Pilot work on the construction of comprehensive e-commerce service centers.

Yiwu completes the first order of cross-border e-commerce 9610 seaborne export transshipment business

On December 8th, on December 3rd, Yiwu Express (Cross-border) Supervision Center completed Yiwu’s first cross-border e-commerce 9610 seaborne export transshipment business, which marked the “sea, land and air” channel for Yiwu’s cross-border e-commerce export Get all through.

It is reported that the first order of business this time involves 1,075 exported parcels, valued at approximately US$5,400, mainly for kitchen supplies and decorations. This batch of goods was declared through the 9610 export model of cross-border e-commerce. After customs verification and clearance, it was transported to Beilun Port in Ningbo by white truck, and then transported to Long Beach in the United States by the Mason Express and cleared in Los Angeles.

Amazon's underwear and doormat products with Indian religious symbols are boycotted

Recently, Amazon's overseas website sold underwear and doormats with Indian religious symbols, triggering a protest by the British Indian expatriate volunteer group "Reach India".

"Reach India" expressed to Amazon that it would like Amazon UK and senior executives to ensure that these "religious gods" products are immediately removed from the websites of the United States and the United Kingdom. In addition, they hope that Amazon will come out to apologize and punish sellers who sell these products to ensure that they will not publish any anti-religious products on the Amazon platform.

eBay: There will be delays in delivery of parcels to Canada during peak logistics season

On December 8, eBay issued an announcement regarding the delays in logistics in Canada during the peak season, stating that after receiving an emergency notice from Canada Post, due to the combined influence of local operational controls during the COVID-19 pandemic and the recent surge in online shopping, Canada Post’s parcel processing volume has continued to rise. As a result of a serious backlog at the port, there will be delays in parcel delivery.

The announcement reminds sellers that the SpeedPAK Canada Route Standard Plan will still maintain normal receipt and delivery, but due to delays in processing by Canada Post, the overall timeliness of parcel delivery will be delayed to varying degrees. Here, the seller is reminded to pay attention to the logistics status of the package and communicate with the buyer in advance.

Amazon AWS will open a second infrastructure region in Australia

According to reports, Amazon AWS announced that it will open a second infrastructure area in Australia. The new AWS Asia Pacific (Melbourne) region is scheduled to open in the second half of 2022 and will consist of three availability zones. AWS Chief Communications Officer Jeff Barr (Jeff Barr) said that the new region will be open to all customers of the company.

Up to now, AWS has a total of 8 regions in the Asia-Pacific region, located in Australia, China, India, Japan, South Korea, Singapore and other places, with a total of 25 available zones.

It is reported that AWS has 77 available zones around the world, distributed in 24 geographic regions. In addition to the new region in Australia, the company also plans to establish 6 new regions in India, Indonesia, Japan, Spain, and Switzerland. 18 available zones.

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