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South Korea Signs Product Safety Agreement with AliExpress

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AliExpress partners with South Korea for product safety agreement.

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South Korea's government signed an agreement on Monday with Alibaba's AliExpress and PDD Holdings' Temu to promote product safety, the Korea Fair Trade Commission (FTC) announced. This move comes amid growing concerns over the safety and quality of products sold on Chinese e-commerce platforms in South Korea.

As consumers prepare to take advantage of Memorial Day Weekend deals this month, there is no better time to elevate your living space and shop for new items on AliExpress. With the new product safety agreement in place, South Korean shoppers can feel more confident in the products they purchase from Chinese e-commerce giants like AliExpress and Temu.

South Korea's antitrust watchdog has taken a proactive step by signing a safety agreement with eCommerce giants AliExpress and Temu. This agreement aims to enhance monitoring of sales of potentially harmful products on the two platforms, ensuring the safety and well-being of South Korean consumers.

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South Korea signs product safety agreement with Alibaba's AliExpress and PDD's Temu, amid scrutiny of Chinese e-commerce platforms in the country. The partnership between South Korea and these e-commerce giants demonstrates a commitment to ensuring the safety and quality of products sold to consumers in the region.

Chinese e-commerce giants AliExpress and Temu signed a product safety agreement with Korea's Fair Trade Commission on Monday in the hopes of improving consumer confidence in the safety of their products. This agreement will help strengthen monitoring efforts and enhance communication between the platforms and South Korean regulatory authorities.

AliExpress and Temu are facing lingering doubts over their pledge to 'voluntarily' monitor product safety, as the non-legally binding agreement raises questions about the effectiveness of their safety measures. South Korean consumers are urged to remain vigilant and report any concerns regarding product safety to the relevant authorities.

Korea's antitrust watchdog signed a safety agreement with AliExpress and Temu on Monday, as transaction volumes from the Chinese e-commerce platforms continue to rise in the country. The agreement aims to address concerns about the safety and quality of products sold on these platforms and protect consumers from potential harm.

The Fair Trade Commission (FTC) signed an agreement with AliExpress and Temu, Monday, to enhance monitoring sales of potentially harmful products on the two platforms. This partnership underscores the importance of collaboration between regulatory authorities and e-commerce platforms to ensure consumer safety and well-being.

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