eBay Expands Operations in Greece

ΑΤΗΕΝS — The e-commerce corporation eBay is expanding its payment management operations in Greece in the second quarter of 2021. Starting in May, the company will offer an easier way of managing their activities to sellers and more flexibility and a range of choices on payment methods to consumers.

eBay began payment management on its platform in September 2018, initially in the US and then in Germany, UK, Australia, Canada, France, Italy and Spain and plans to continue its international expasion this year. "Greece is one of our basic countries in eBay's global portfolio and it is necessary for us to develop the experience of local customers," Ilya Kretov, general manager in eBay for emerging markets said in a statment.


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