US threatens to act over China’s online cost advantage on postal fees

October 12, 2018 Alex Lennane

The clock is ticking towards a potential fresh bout of Trump ‘diplomacy’.
The US president is now on a collision course with the Universal Postal Union (UPU) and has threatened “repercussions” if the international mail body does not address below-cost delivery rates for e-commerce sent from China.
The president’s anger is directed at the system of postal fees for international mail deliveries, which gives an unfair advantage to Chinese online merchants.
Using air mail, ...

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