BEIJING, May 8 (Xinhua) – Fuzhou Area of China (Fujian) Pilot Free Trade Zone would help 100 local manufacturing enterprises enlarge export through such E-commerce platforms as eBay and Amazon this year, reported local news portal – Fznews.com.cn.
The report citing Liang Yong, vice head of the Administrative Committee of Fuzhou Area said that Fuzhou Area would help logistics, payment, and talent training institutions to provide supports to large E-commerce sellers.
Apart from these, Fuzhou Area would also work on promoting rollout of supporting policies for local enterprises to reduce costs and improve economic benefits.
Meanwhile, large cross-border E-commerce sellers and traditional manufacturing businesses would be encouraged and given support in exploring overseas markets.
Since the formal operation of the China (Fujian) Pilot Free Trade Zone in April 2015, Fuzhou Area has established a relatively complete cross-border E-commerce service system and industry system by joining hands with other provincial government departments.
For instance, China’s first industrial park with a full industry chain of E-commerce – eBay Fujian cross-border E-commerce industrial park was set up in Fuzhou in January. What’s more, eBay, the global online auction giant, also announced a “Thousand Sails Plan” to help local brands explore business potential overseas. (Contributed by Duan Jing, firstname.lastname@example.org; edited by Zhang Aifang)