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2 thoughts on “PRC Directs USPS to Work on International Shipping Issues”

  1. Fascinating stuff! While it doesn’t directly address the ridiculous cost disparity of the e-packet, I will take any scrutiny whatsoever on e-packet shipments. Hopefully. they will pass a ton of regulations and as a by-product cause the cost of this evil Trojan horse to skyrocket to the point that it is cost-prohibitive for it to be used so much.

    My jaw dropped at this stat: “Chinese parcels volume increased from 1.2 billion in 2007 to 20.6 billion in 2015 and said China now sends more parcels than the United States”

    I’m shocked I still have an online business whatsoever competing with that!!

  2. chick – you still have a business because some Americans refuse to buy chinese goods directly. Doesn’t mean they don’t buy chinese goods – they just prefer to keep their dollars in the USA for the most part or they don’t want to wait 6 weeks for the item to maybe show up. Wish trump would move a little bit faster on this issue. Like you I too struggle to compete.

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