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Why Do Only 3.9% of US Small Businesses Trade Internationally?

By Alex Knight

American businesses are failing to embrace cross-border ecommerce, while sellers elsewhere are quick to sell internationally. Why is that?

Why Do Only 3.9% of US Small Businesses Trade Internationally?

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Joshua Alexander

I ship natural/ organic skincare products to some countries that I think is safe to ship there: Canada, Australia, Singapore, Japan and non EU countries.
I don’t ship to EU countries because of the EU regulations for natural skincare products are different than US regulations.
I no longer ship to the UK because of VAT and customs fees are ridiculous. They include shipping cost that buyer paid to calculate the fees and international shipping costs from US to the UK are not cheap. That’s why they ask for invoices for international orders.

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