Brazil Post partners Alibaba for ecommerce development

Wednesday 23 July 2014 14:18 CET | News

Alibaba, a Chinese ecommerce company, has signed a memorandum of understanding with Brazil Post for ecommerce business development between Brazil and China, reports.

Via the partnership, Brazilian retailers, especially micro, small and medium-sized enterprises, will have access to the Chinese market via Alibaba’s retail platforms.

In addition, Alibaba’s websites, including, AliExpress and and its retail partners will be able to sell into the Brazilian market, where Alibaba already has 2 million registered users.

The deal is also aimed at improving the logistical arrangements between the two countries, according to Brazil Post representatives.

The Chinese company accounts for about 60% of all parcels delivered in China, with its 2 largest websites handling the equivalent of USD 70 billion in sales in 2012.

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Keywords: Brazil Post, Alibaba, China, cross border, ecommerce, online sales, Memorandum of Understanding, partnership
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