Individual agents (Daigou), who frequently promote products on WeChat Moment or sell products in live streaming and short videos, all share a new name “e-commerce business operators” as Taobao and JD.com since the new e-commerce policy comes into force on the first day of 2019. Under this new regulation, they need to make market entity registration and perform the obligation of tax payment.
To stay low profile and avoid being noticed, some individual agents are trying to post products with hand-drawn images and fake names of a similar pronunciation to the originals on WeChat Moments. They also describe products in different languages other than Chinese, such as English, Japanese, and Russian, etc.
Nonetheless, such "creativity" can hardly go through intensified supervisio...
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