The internet’s biggest retailer, Amazon, has started selling goods through a partnership with online retailer Adept.
Adept is a Chinese ecommerce company that is one of the largest in the world.
Amazon’s partnership with Adept could mean a boon for sellers in China.
Adempt is one the biggest ecommerce platforms in China, but its dominance of China is less clear.
Advent has a history of selling counterfeit goods and other goods that could be dangerous, which has put its stock in question.
Now, the company is offering Amazon’s goods through Adept, a partnership that is part of a wider crackdown on the online shopping giant in China over its crackdown on online black market goods.
In a statement to CNBC, Amazon said Adept “is one of Amazon’s biggest and most valuable partners in China.”
Adept has partnered with Amazon on many projects.
Its products have been used in an estimated 40 million Chinese purchases.
The deal with Adempt, Amazon says, will allow Adept to offer its products through Amazon’s marketplace.
It will also allow Adempt to sell through Amazon on its own platform, which is similar to what it offers on Alibaba’s platform.
The Adept deal will allow Amazon to sell its products to its users through the Alibaba platform.
Amazon is also investing $200 million in Alibaba, which Amazon acquired for $35 billion in 2018.
Alibaba will continue to serve as an adviser to Adept as it seeks to expand its product offerings in China and expand its ecommerce presence in the country.