1. The United States is willing to lift all sanctions against Iran
The United States is willing to lift all sanctions against Iran, including those inconsistent with the 2015 nuclear deal, in order to return to the deal, the US State Department said on Monday, Reuters reported, without providing details."We are prepared to take necessary steps, including lifting sanctions that are inconsistent with the JCPOA and restoring JCPOA compliance," State Department spokesman Ned Price told reporters.I can't go into detail here on what might be done."
2. Shopee saw a big jump in value day data
April 7th news: Shopee 4.4 Value Day opens.Data show that the number of goods sold on Shopee's entire platform in the first two hours is 6 times that of normal days.During the promotion period, 3C home appliances, fashion accessories, beauty makeup and skin care, home & life, women's wear became the best-selling cross-border categories in the 4.4 promotion period.
3. The French economy will expand by 5% in 2021
French Economy Minister Jean-Claude Le Maire said in a newspaper interview that the French economy will expand by 5 percent in 2021, down from a previous government forecast of 6 percent, as a third wave of quarantine is affected.Mr Le Maire said France's public deficit was expected to reach 9 per cent of gross domestic product in 2021, up from a previous forecast of 8.5 per cent.
4. EEU adjusts tariff rates on imports of commodities
A few days ago, the Eurasian Economic Commission made a resolution to adjust the import tariff rates of some commodities: some metallurgical graphite electrode, rare earth smelting and pharmaceutical production of oxalic acid to 0 percent, aluminum can for 12 percent, the implementation period of two years;The zero-tariff implementation period of super absorbent used in diaper production was extended for three years.
5. Amazon will pay European VAT on behalf of Amazon on July 1
On July 7, Amazon sent an email to some of its sellers entitled "Notice on the EU E-Commerce VAT Changes from July 1, 2021". Amazon said new value-added tax rules for e-commerce sales will be implemented in 27 EU countries from July 1, 2021, which will have an impact on sellers selling goods to EU consumers through online malls such as Amazon.