Chinese associations join Safe.Shop
The Guangdong Electronic Commerce Association (GDECA) and the Hong Kong Federation or E-Commerce (HKFEC) announced a simplified Chinese version of our Safe.Shop trust mark.
Two Chinese e-commerce associations join Safe.Shop.
Trust & Crossborder In China
The Chinese version must serve as a guide for both Chinese and foreign consumers when purchasing products in Chinese webshops. After several food scandals from the past, of which polluted milk powder is the most well-known, consumer confidence in the country dropped significantly. According to the Chinese government, twenty percent of China's exports now consist of cross-border e-commerce and grows by 30 percent annually. 'The introduction of a worldwide quality mark in China helps to internationalize the Chinese market', according to GDECA chairman Wu Muzhen. 'We believe that increasing consumer confidence is the way to grow China's cross-border e-commerce worldwide.'
Stay tuned for further updates regarding our trust mark Safe.Shop.
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