Northwest U.S. e-commerce appealing to Chinese shoppers

Retailers hailing from the Pacific Northwest, such as Blue Nile, Costco and Northwest Cherry Growers, have started selling to consumers in China, a country where the e-commerce industry is booming. But as they tailor offers and structure websites, retailers face a cultural learning curve before they can fully integrate into the world's largest online marketplace. Story

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