china cross-border e-commerce

International Supermarkets Appearing Online in China

Recently, Chinese consumers have seen more and more online imported supermarkets. At the 3rd China International Import Expo, with the help of China’s e-commerce platform, many overseas products changed from on-site exhibits to online products. Cross-border e-commerce acts as a bridge. With the help of new product launches on CIIE and cross-border e-commerce, major international brands seamlessly connect Chinese consumers from display to sale. The…

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China’s Cross-Border e-Commerce Users Reaching 138 Million

On September 29, 2020, China Internet Network Information Center (CNNIC) released the 46th “Statistical Report on Internet Development in China”. As of June 2020, the number of cross-border e-commerce users in China has reached 138 million. China’s short video users reach 818 million As of June 2020, the number of short video users in China has reached 818 million, accounting for 87.0% of the total…

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Growth Opportunities for China e-Commerce in 2020

Where will China’s new e-commerce traffic come from in 2020? What changes have happened to e-commerce in 2019, and where are the new growth opportunities for e-commerce in 2020? Live e-commerce (selling via short video) In the first half of 2019, the hottest thing in the e-commerce industry is live e-commerce. In February 2019, the Taobao Live Broadcast Independent App was launched. In July 2019, the…

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3 Groups of China Import eCommerce Platforms Being Formed

After 20 years of fast growing in China e-commerce, 3 groups of import cross-border e-commerce platforms are now being formed currently in the China online retail market. The first group contains mainly: Netease Koala, Haishu Global, Tmall International and so on. The members in this group are large platforms with huge traffic, and hosting many international brands. The second group has Yang Matou, VIP, Xiaohongshu,…

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35 Comprehensive Test Areas of China Cross-border e-Commerce

On July 19, The State Council of China approved another 22 cities as new comprehensive test areas of China cross-border e-commerce, along with former 13 cities. These new cities are Beijing, Hohhot, Shenyang, Changchun, Harbin, Nanjing, Nanchang, Wuhan, Changsha, Nanning, Haikou, Guiyang, Kunming, Xi’an, Lanzhou, Xiamen, Tangshan, Wuxi, Weihai, Zhuhai, Dongguan, Yiwu. Obviously, this indicates clearly that China encourages Chinese people to purchase more products through these…

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