Wednesday, October 19, 2022

A Heavy Blow To Chinese Companies; Amazon Has Released Over 600 Brands

Amazon, the world's largest e-commerce company, has launched 600 brands from China forever. 
A Heavy Blow To Chinese Companies; Amazon Has Released Over 600 Brands
A Heavy Blow To Chinese Companies; Amazon Has Released Over 600 Brands 

The Verge reports that Chinese brands have been banned from all Amazon's websites operating in various

countries. These brands were sold through over 3000 accounts. Amazon has delivered brands that have 'effectively' sold numerous gadgets, including PC extras. The company completed the refinery in five months. The brands were expelled for deliberately and repeatedly violating Amazon’s policies. 

False reviews are one of the most frequently violated policies.

Also received a $ 35 gift card-

The South China Morning Post also reported earlier, quoting Amazon Asia vice president. But it all started with The Wall Street Journal. As per the diary, RavPower, a Chinese embellishment producer, offers a gift voucher in the event that you compose a decent audit of your item on Amazon.

According to a report by Nicole Ngyuen, Rowpower was given a $ 35 gift card. The Verge reporter Sean Hollister also said that he received gift cards that inspired him to write a great review.

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Games with fake reviews-

In 2016, Amazon banned the practice of persuading users to write a good review. However, those who buy fake reviews continue to deceive consumers by saying that they can provide an extra warranty and are part of the VIP testing program. 

Other companies have resorted to similar tactics. One of them is that if you write a bad review it will deliver a new product to remove it. However, once the review is completely removed, the position will be to give a new product. It is still unclear which brands will be out and about in Amazon's new refinery.

 Amazon confiscates assets worth $ 20 million-

At the same time, sub-brands of companies that are said to be banned are still selling products, including earbuds, through Amazon. The Verge says it has sought an explanation from Amazon. In July this year, The South China Morning Post reported that 340 stores under YKS, known as Amazon's largest Chinese retailer had been closed, and the company's $ 20 million worth of assets had been confiscated.

Fake reviews can cause serious damage-

Reading fake reviews and buying products that you think are right may ruin valuable equipment. Often Chinese products are imitations of equipment made by Western companies. However, they do not necessarily include the required advantages. In a recent controversy, there were complaints that MacBooks with Apple's new M1 processors were being damaged. Many of their owners used USB-C hubs made by Chinese companies.

Most hubs advertise that they can charge MacBooks via USBC connectors. MacBooks are generally damaged by people who believe in them. There are allegations that the boards of such hubs, which were manufactured and sold under various names, may have been manufactured by a company.

The Amazon iPhone 12 is currently priced at Rs 63,999-

The iPhone 12, 64GB model, which started selling for Rs 79,900 last year, is now selling for Rs 63,999 on Amazon.

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Salaries in the IT sector in India are likely to rise sharply-

The country's top IT companies, such as Infosys, TCS, and Wipro, are reportedly likely to hire or retain high-paying employees this year. Skilled workers are better paid to take advantage of the opportunities that come with this sector.

Bill to ban online gaming in the KarnatakaLegislative Assembly- 

The new Karnataka Police (Amendment) Bill, 2021, has reached the state assembly. It aims to ban online gaming and betting. Violators face up to three years in prison and a fine of up to Rs 1 lakh.

India alleges abuse of Google dominance-

An investigation by the Competition Commission of India against US technology giant Google has found that the company has abused its dominance. However, Google said it was in talks with the Competition Commission to increase competition between the Android operating system companies under it, which has led to more innovative technologies.

One in two South Asians think a smartphone is ruining health - report

One in two South Asians reports that excessive smartphone use is detrimental to their well-being. This is according to a study conducted by a Saudi-based cultural institution. According to the IANS, 56 percent of respondents to the survey said that the Internet and smartphones have become more common in the wake of the epidemic, which has affected their well-being.

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