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For an online retailer, being able to engage in cross-border eCommerce with China seems like the opportunity of a lifetime.
After all, China's strong demand for high-quality foreign products coupled with its large population of internet users makes it a massive e-retail market - one that continues to grow larger every day as more and more shoppers turn to eCommerce in search of their new favorite web store.
It's important to keep in mind that as an opportunity grows so does its risks and challenges, especially when selling to consumers in a foreign market.
Here are 3 considerations that you'll need to selling online to China.