By  on May 10, 2018

BEIJING — The business of “daigou” or parallel goods, is a big one. The practice, used to refer to those who help purchase goods overseas and send them to China at lower prices, accounts for as much as $100 billion annually across the retail sector, according to an October Nielsen report.

But for the most part, the hauling of gray market goods across borders often by a university student making a side income or via a loose network over WeChat groups — has not been built for efficiency.

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