1. China's GDP surged in the first quarter
The National Bureau of Statistics recently released economic data for the first quarter of 2021, which may be the most complicated quarterly data ever.China's GDP in the first quarter was about 24.93 trillion yuan, up 18.3% year on year and 10.3% over the first quarter of 2019, with a two-year average growth of 5.0%. The industrial data is undoubtedly the most impressive. Even with the drag of last year's epidemic, the average growth rate in the two years reached 6.8%, which is already higher than that in the five years from 2015 to 2019.
2. AliExpress suspended sales of health food products
AliExpress recently issued a notice banning the sale of health food in the United States.Based on external compliance and consumer safety experience, AliExpress has decided to suspend sales of all leaf categories under this category in the US market from April 20, 2021. The resumption date is to be determined, the platform said.
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3. EU to legislate to curb misuse of artificial intelligence
The European Commission has vowed to draw up clear rules on the use of artificial intelligence in sensitive areas, with individual applications banned outright.For example, the use of AI is prohibited from influencing the behaviour, opinions or decisions of an individual or group in such a way that they are disadvantaged or harmed.
4. YTO opened the first regular cargo route to India
Recently, YTO opened the first regular international cargo route to India, which is also another South Asia international cargo route after YTO opened Kunming to Karachi, Lahore and Dhaka, Bangladesh, and opened an air cargo channel from Kunming to the South Asian subcontinent.
5. Amazon will surpass $500 billion in revenue
A recent analysis by package tracking platform TrackR shows that the trend won't stop after Amazon's annual revenue grows nearly 38% to $386 billion in 2020. Amazon's revenue is expected to exceed $500 billion by the end of 2021. Meanwhile, TrackR expects Amazon's annual net revenue to grow at least 30% year-over-year and hit a record high.