RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Banggood, e-commerce of Chinese products and Aliexpress' competitor, has its eye on the Brazilian market. The country is now the website's second largest market, behind only the United States. Now, the e-commerce firm will have a direct flight to Brazil, which will reduce its delivery time here, one of the main bottlenecks for sales.
Unlike Aliexpress, which works as a mega marketplace, at Banggood all products are sold directly by the e-commerce firm. "We are the largest Chinese website in Brazil which is not a marketplace. The main focus of our expansion . . .