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Alibaba's new venture: Shipments from China to Israel at lightning speed


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It reminds me that you once published it in one of the articles ...
By the way from custom Aliexpress I have only purchased cheap products that can also be obtained simply on eBay or any other site that accepts With buyer protection for almost six months and much more normal customer service.
And not the protection of the delayed buyer for up to 60 days and only then can you get the money back and if you received the product then there is protection for another 15 days there at Aliexpress 🤦️️(In addition to their unnecessary customer service) in short They will not.

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Even now if you look at the tracking you can see that the mail was actually sent from China in less than two weeks at worst. e Does not scan the parcels until the date of distribution and thus the impression is created that the parcel did not land in the country but all the other delay is in the release of Spongebob and other procrastination in which the postal expert

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 Waiting for long-awaited privatization and being rejected countless times ...

As long as this is a government body of the Ministry of Communications, the conduct will probably improve and progress, only at the pace of the geriatric ward of the veterinary hospital. 

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It will end when it is privatized and monitored by the Ministry of Communications, like any other government-funded contractor.

The main failures are in the levels of management and budgets, where civil servants are unfortunately still sitting.


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