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Alibaba's AliExpress Warns of Delivery Delays

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author: Anthony Russo    Alibaba Group Holding Ltd.'s (NYSE: BABA) cross-border e-commerce platform AliExpress has issued a warning to its customers, noting that there could be some delivery delays due to the coronavirus epidemic. "We are working hard to get your parcels delivered, but there may be some delays due to Coronavirus. WHO guidance states that parcels are safe from Coronavirus, but some shipping and logistics are experiencing longer waiting times for processing orders," AliExpress said on its official Twitter account after markets closed Monday. According to Alibaba's fourth-quarter financial report, AliExpress' GMV during China's largest shopping festival in November, Singles'...

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Coronavirus: AliExpress Warns Of Potential Delays; Marketplaces Tackle Overpriced Listings

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The coronavirus could have wide-reaching effects on eCommerce, investments and the economy as a whole. Here are the latest updates on its impacts around the world. Alibaba’s worldwide online shopping platform, AliExpress, notified shoppers that the coronavirus might cause some delivery delays, Reuters reported. It noted in a social media post per the report, “Some shipping and logistics are experiencing longer waiting times for processing orders.” AliExpress was rolled out in 2010 and is especially popular in the U.S., Brazil, Russia, France and Spain, with merchandise like wireless headphones and jeans. AliExpress is one of the most downloaded eCommerce apps around the...

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Orders on e-commerce sites delayed, cancelled as China retailers unresponsive

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By Today Online - February 15, 2020 @ 11:33am   SINGAPORE: Customers who placed orders for parcels from China after the middle of January can expect delays due to the Covid-19 outbreak and extended Chinese New Year break in China, e-commerce companies told TODAY on Friday. TODAY spoke to 10 customers of e-commerce companies Ezbuy, Qoo10, Lazada and Shopee, who said that their orders had been delayed or cancelled as retailers in China had not dispatched their items, and had not given them reasons for the holdup. A Lazada spokesperson said that delays are expected for orders placed after Jan 20 due to...

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