Lin Shuai's pick foreign trade news: Facebook has not lifted the ban on advertising for hand sanitizers, surface-sterilized wipes and new coronavirus kits.
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On June 4, Google announced that The Currents will be officially launched on July 6, and that existing Google Plus users will make a full transition to Currents, according to foreign media reports. The plus.google.com link will continue to be valid and redirected to the currents.google.com. At the same time, google plus updates for Android and iOS software will introduce new Currents products. Google said that after July 6, corporate social network users will not be able to exit The Currents or return to Google Plus. (Tencent Technology)
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos shared an email from a racist on Instagram on Sunday after clarifying Amazon's stance on racism on Saturday and publicly expressing support for police brutality. Screenshots show the customer speaking out and criticizing Amazon's support for the black anti-racism movement. "Since my last post, I've received a lot of sickening but not surprising responses," Bezos said. This hatred should not be hidden in the shadows, it should be exposed, this is only a small example. Dave, I'd love to lose a client like you. (FX168)
Tailored Brands, the American apparel retailer, said it was considering filing for bankruptcy protection and other options. The retailer and its advisers have begun contacts to discuss reprocessing its debt of more than $1 billion, according to people familiar with the matter. One option is to file for bankruptcy protection, which would allow Tailored Brands to keep some stores open while seeking to close some of its stores and pay its debts. (Chitong Finance)
Today, California Governor Newsom announced that BYD N95 masks have been certified by NIOSH (National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health), by BYD will supply 150 million N95 masks to California, and again with BYD to modify the contract to extend the contract until June 12. (Bloomberg)
Macy's, the veteran U.S. retailer, said Monday that it has raised about $4.5 billion in new capital. The latest financing agreement, due in May 2024, includes a $300m short-term financing, due in December. Under the agreement, the company could also request an additional $750 million in financing. The company expects to have "sufficient liquidity" to meet the needs of its business during this period, including buying fresh goods for the upcoming sales season and repaying maturing debt in fiscal 2020 and 2021. (Sina Finance)
On June 8, California Governor Newsom announced that BYD North America, a company that has been certified by the National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH), continues to fulfill California's commitment to a stable and reliable life-saving personal protective equipment (PPE) pipeline to produce N95 masks for The State. In the coming days, the 150 million BYD N95 masks previously stipulated in the contract will be shipped to California for distribution to health care workers. The masks are part of a roughly $1 billion deal with BYD in April. (Shenzhen Special Administrative Region News)
Facebook, which announced a ban on mask ads on its platform in March, said it would allow advertisers to promote non-medical masks from Wednesday, provided there was no medical, health or prevention-related messages in the ads. At the same time, Facebook has not lifted the ban on advertising for hand sanitizers, surface-sterilized wipes and new virus kits. (Sina Technology)
36, payoneer Pai Anying released the Global Cross-Border E-Commerce Index Report for the first quarter of 2020. Cross-border e-commerce sales in China, the United States and The United Kingdom, France, Vietnam, South Korea and India all showed a head-to-head increase in the first quarter of 2020 compared with the same period last year. Among them, China's cross-border e-commerce revenue increased by 25% year-on-year, ranking first in the global cross-border e-commerce market.
36 xing was informed that the shipping company "star" and one-stop international logistics online service platform "where to go" cooperation, officially joined the transport of where to set first class service. According to the company, through the "where to go" platform, users can book tickets like the same online "star" route products, booking can lock the freight rate, cabin security cabinet.
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