BEIJING, Feb. 18 (Xinhua) – One of China's leading e-commerce platform Suning.com has announced recently a raft of preferential measures to alleviate the impact of the novel coronavirus pneumonia (NPC) outbreak on dealers on its on-line supermarket.
These measures include fees reduction or exemption, advertising operations and logistics support.
The e-commerce platform promised that it will exempt one-year fees for merchants who join the on-line supermarket or renew the contract from February this year.
Besides, the company will waive service charges and commission fees for about 308 goods, including anti-epidemic products such as face masks and disinfectants, and daily necessities, sold between February and March.
Suning is hoping to embrace more merchants to work in unison and support each other in a bid to get through the difficulties amid the epidemic, said a senior staff of Suning.com.
(Edited by Yang Yifan, firstname.lastname@example.org)