Buying overseas goods online, or “haitao”, has become increasingly common as cross-border e-commerce booms in China. China’s Ministry of Commerce forecast that China’s cross-border trade by e-commerce companies will be work 6.5 trillion yuan in 2016. Here are 9 websites which provide “haitao” services to Chinese people.
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Amazon China, which started its promotion for the nianhuo selections on Wednesday, said that Chinese usually start shopping four weeks before the Spring Festival. "The shopping during the first two weeks tends to focus on buying food and new garments for the family. Later, it would move on to gifts, such as healthcare products and wine, for relatives they plan to visit during the holidays," the company said in an e-mail reply to China Daily on Thursday.