In July, a trade war between China and the United States began in earnest, and the United States faced similar retaliation for tariffs on goods from China, Canada, the European Union and other countries.The United States has gone to great lengths to design the first tariffs on Chinese products, mainly to avoid immediate price increases for the products consumers buy.
We treat cross-border e-commerce as a brand new market or even a brand new business. We rebuild our team, get new players on the road, and study a new model that really suits this industry and this market.For qitao, cross-border e-commerce is now our main battlefield. For enterprises, there is a big defect offline. Since the supermarket shelves are fixed resources, in order to maximize the benefits, some products are often removed from the shelves of supermarkets within a period of time.Although the market itself has off-season, but this cliff-like approach is undoubtedly a nightmare for enterprises, completely cut off the product to the market path."As an extension of the online market, this would be a great opportunity.When offline is off season, online is a great addition."" one is an extension of the season and one is an extension of the selling time.In the United States and Germany, no matter big supermarkets or small stores are closed on time, this situation can be completely avoided online, after all, there is no closing time for online sales.
In addition, the trade war between China and the United States also led to the drastic exchange rate fluctuations in emerging markets including Russia, Turkey, central and South America. Manufacturers, faced with the pressure of the sharp exchange rate fluctuations and the rising costs caused by tariffs, also began to adjust their selling prices to cope with the negative impact recently.