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eBay expands to three new markets

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 19 Oct 2010 14:37

eBay expands to three new markets Earlier this week, auction giant eBay expanded to three new countries including Finland, AfterDawn's home nation.
A few months ago, eBay opened sites in Russia, the Czech Republic, Greece, Denmark, Sweden and Norway as part of their broader eBay International Market program.

Adding Finland, Hungary and Portugal to the program will give 25 million people the chance to use a local eBay site (in their own native language) to make international purchases.

However, the company notes that auctions themselves, including titles and descriptions will not be translated into local languages.

Shoppers will be able to search for fixed-price items that are delivered to those nations and the prices are converted to local currency.

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