WORLD Argentina's e-commerce site ready to take part in "China's Singles' Day" online shopping festival

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Argentina's e-commerce site ready to take part in "China's Singles' Day" online shopping festival

Xinhua

16:36, November 11, 2020

Staff members work in a beef processing factory in the city of Escobar, 50 km north of the capital Buenos Aires, Argentina, Nov. 9, 2020. With "China's Singles' Day", which falls on Nov. 11 annually, becoming the world's biggest 24-hour online shopping festival, Pampa-Market.com is getting ready to take part in the event, catering to the demand from Chinese consumers for premium Argentine food items. First designed by Alibaba's e-commerce platform TMall on Nov. 11, 2009, the online shopping event has developed from a domestic online sales promotion to a global shopping carnival over the past decade. (Xinhua/Martin Zabala)

Fernando Bao, co-founder of Argentina's food and beverages e-commerce site Pampa-Market.com, checks products in the office in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Nov. 6, 2020. With "China's Singles' Day", which falls on Nov. 11 annually, becoming the world's biggest 24-hour online shopping festival, Pampa-Market.com is getting ready to take part in the event, catering to the demand from Chinese consumers for premium Argentine food items. First designed by Alibaba's e-commerce platform TMall on Nov. 11, 2009, the online shopping event has developed from a domestic online sales promotion to a global shopping carnival over the past decade. (Xinhua/Martin Zabala)

Photo taken on Nov. 9, 2020 shows Argentine beef products for Chinese market from Pampa-Market.com, Argentina's food and beverages e-commerce site, in the city of Escobar, 50 km north of the capital Buenos Aires, Argentina. With "China's Singles' Day", which falls on Nov. 11 annually, becoming the world's biggest 24-hour online shopping festival, Pampa-Market.com is getting ready to take part in the event, catering to the demand from Chinese consumers for premium Argentine food items. First designed by Alibaba's e-commerce platform TMall on Nov. 11, 2009, the online shopping event has developed from a domestic online sales promotion to a global shopping carnival over the past decade. (Xinhua/Martin Zabala)

A staff member works in a beef processing factory in the city of Escobar, 50 km north of the capital Buenos Aires, Argentina, Nov. 9, 2020. With "China's Singles' Day", which falls on Nov. 11 annually, becoming the world's biggest 24-hour online shopping festival, Pampa-Market.com is getting ready to take part in the event, catering to the demand from Chinese consumers for premium Argentine food items. First designed by Alibaba's e-commerce platform TMall on Nov. 11, 2009, the online shopping event has developed from a domestic online sales promotion to a global shopping carnival over the past decade. (Xinhua/Martin Zabala)

A staff member shows the website of Pampa-Market.com on a mobile phone in the city of Escobar, 50 km north of the capital Buenos Aires, Argentina, Nov. 9, 2020. With "China's Singles' Day", which falls on Nov. 11 annually, becoming the world's biggest 24-hour online shopping festival, Pampa-Market.com is getting ready to take part in the event, catering to the demand from Chinese consumers for premium Argentine food items. First designed by Alibaba's e-commerce platform TMall on Nov. 11, 2009, the online shopping event has developed from a domestic online sales promotion to a global shopping carnival over the past decade. (Xinhua/Martin Zabala)

A staff member shows an Argentine beef product for Chinese market from Pampa-Market.com, Argentina's food and beverages e-commerce site, in the city of Escobar, 50 km north of the capital Buenos Aires, Argentina, Nov. 9, 2020. With "China's Singles' Day", which falls on Nov. 11 annually, becoming the world's biggest 24-hour online shopping festival, Pampa-Market.com is getting ready to take part in the event, catering to the demand from Chinese consumers for premium Argentine food items. First designed by Alibaba's e-commerce platform TMall on Nov. 11, 2009, the online shopping event has developed from a domestic online sales promotion to a global shopping carnival over the past decade. (Xinhua/Martin Zabala)

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