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Wechat just reached a milestone of over 800 million monthly active users in Q2, up from 762 million in Q1. The data was disclosed by Tencent, the tech giant which owns Wechat, and reported by various Chinese news outlets. Along with the monthly users, Tencent grew in advertising sales revenue, reaching 6.5 billion yuan, a massive 60%…

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China has recently tightened the regulation for publishing ads on search engines such as Baidu, according to the documents published by the Cyberspace Administration of China (CAC), which also demands improvement in the censorship system,  as well as the removal of any content deemed illegal. The regulations have been published after the tragic death of Wei Zexi,…

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TLG commerce is proud to announce the development of integrated WeChat stores: our online shops in China are now able to accept WeChat Payment when opened through WeChat’s internal browser (QQ browser). Due to WeChat’s fast growth both in terms of users as well as a payment platform, brands and merchants are trying to leverage the…

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China Cross-Border eCommerce has been growing steadily in the last few years, and it’s showing no sign of stopping. According to estimations, cross-border eCommerce transactions reached over 250 billion renminbi (USD 40 billion) in 2015. According to a report published by Paypal, 81% of Chinese consumer shoppers purchased products online, of which 35% also engaged in…

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TLG eCommerce Agency is proud to announce one of the most awaited development in China eCommerce: the WeChat Payment integration for online stores. WeChat Payment has been steadily expanding in China, and it has from a platform for transferring small amount of money between friends and relatives to a fully-fledged platform where all kind of transactions take…

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Despite the skyrocketing growth witnessed by eCommerce in China, shoppers in the Asian giant are more concerned about online payment security than buyers located in other countries, according to a research published by WorldPay. According to the study, over 25% of the 430 million Chinese online shoppers consider online payment security as the most important…

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Wal-mart has taken full ownership of China’s ecommerce platform Yihaodian, just a few months after the announcement that a Chinese joint-venture partner is not needed anymore for foreign companies to operate an ecommerce business. The retail giant has been the leader in the retail industry for decades in the US, but after after entering China in 1996…