11st transactions jump after Amazon tie-up

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11st transactions jump after Amazon tie-up

11st and Amazon logos [11ST]

11st and Amazon logos [11ST]

 
E-commerce company 11st said Wednesday its transactions selling overseas goods jumped 350 percent from Aug. 31 through Sept. 6 compared to the same period a month ago.  
 
The company said the start of the Amazon Global Store on 11st on Aug. 31 was behind the jump.
 
Kitchen appliances, health supplements and sports and outdoor products sold particularly well on Amazon, according to 11st.  
 
More than 30 categories of products from the Amazon Global Store are sold on 11st.
 
Korea is the 13th country in which Amazon runs a business, including China, India and Japan.
 
Korea is the first country in which Amazon has teamed up with a local online retailer.  
 
 

BY JIN MIN-JI [jin.minji@joongang.co.kr]
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