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M'sians exporting products to S'pore
Published on: Friday, April 20, 2018

Kuala Lumpur: Over 100 Lazada sellers in Malaysia has started marketing their products to buyers in Singapore, with seamless support from Lazada and the Digital Free Trade Zone (DFTZ).

In a statement, Lazada said through Lazada and the DFTZ, sellers would enjoy a one-stop solution with more efficient cargo clearance and Goods and Services Tax exemptions, as well as quick and hassle-free export processes.

This would allow Malaysian small and medium enterprise owners to reach out to new customers among Singapore's population of six million, whereby in this pilot phase, over 50,000 products from various categories would be made available to Lazada Singapore shoppers. – Bernama


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