Amazon.in, the Indian e-commerce marketplace owned by Amazon, has launched its global selling program to enable Indian sellers and manufacturers to sell internationally on its platform. To start with, sellers will be able to export products in apparel, jewelry, books, collectibles, handicrafts, handbags, sports goods, shoes and heath and beauty categories, to sell on the UK and US Amazon websites. Note that eBay.in also lets users sell goods internationally, however sellers themselves are responsible for the packaging, shipping and delivery of the item. India has other global seller marketplaces, which are largely business to business, such as Indiamart.com and TradeIndia.com. Amazon will provide sellers with Selling on Amazon (SOA) and Fulfillment By Amazon (FBA) services, which will let manufacturers and sellers to store their products in Amazon’s warehouse. The company will take the responsibility of packing and delivering the order to customers,…
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