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  • Enterprises in E. China's Ningbo smooth foreign trade supply chain with overseas warehouses

    Nearly 70 enterprises in Ningbo, east China's Zhejiang Province, have established 209 overseas warehouses in 23 countries and regions across the globe, covering a total area of 2.93 million square meters, reported on Wednesday.


  • E. China's Ganzhou launches China-Europe freight train service for CMC project in Hungary

    A China-Europe freight train left Ganzhou international land port in east China's Jiangxi Province for Budapest, Hungary on May 8, marking another achievement under the "dual-zone" cooperation agreement between China (Ganzhou) Cross-border E-commerce Comprehensive Pilot Zone and Hungary Central European Trade and Logistics Cooperation Zone, reported


  • S. China's Guangxi FTZ sees cross-border e-commerce trade value up 108.4 pct on-yr in Q1

    China (Guangxi) Pilot Free Trade Zone (FTZ), located in south China's Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, saw its cross-border e-commerce trade value surge 108.4 percent year on year to 3.51 billion yuan in the first quarter, Yang Chunting, director of the region's department of commerce said on Friday.


  • China's cross-border e-commerce gains growth momentum, bolsters consumption

    China's cross-border e-commerce has gained momentum amid the COVID-19 epidemic, providing broader market opportunities and driving domestic consumption growth.


  • China launches first cross-border e-commerce imported drug retail platform in Henan

    China's first national-level cross-border e-commerce pilot retailing of imported drugs was officially launched on Monday in the comprehensive bonded zone of Henan Province in central China.


  • ​Expanded cross-border e-commerce pilot zones bring new opportunities to China's foreign trade

    Cross-border e-commerce is forging a promising future for China's foreign trade, and the recent approval of more cross-border e-commerce comprehensive pilot zones has, undoubtedly, accelerated this trend.


  • SW China's Yunnan to build cross-border e-commerce ecosystem targeting South Asia, Southeast Asia

    Southwest China's Yunnan Province will build a cross-border e-commerce ecosystem targeting markets in South Asia and Southeast Asia, as part of its efforts to promote foreign trade, according to a guideline on accelerating development of new formats and models of foreign trade recently made public by the government of Yunnan.


  • S. China's Guangxi launches multimodal transport service for cross-border e-commerce

    With a batch of exporting goods worth 1.62 million yuan (about 254,704 U.S. dollars) exited China via Qinzhou Port on March 19, south China's Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region has launched its first multimodal transport service for cross-border e-commerce through the New International Land-Sea Trade Corridor, reported Guangxi Daily on Monday.


  • SW. China Yunnan's cross-border e-commerce products exported by China-Laos Railway for first time

    A batch of cross-border e-commerce products from southwest China's Yunnan Province were transported to Thailand on Monday by a freight train on the China-Laos Railway, reported Yunnan Daily.


  • NW. China's Gansu launches 1st cross-border e-commerce int'l freight train of single-category products

    Northwest China's Gansu Province has recently launched its first cross-border e-commerce international freight train carrying a single category of products, marking a breakthrough in cross-border e-commerce business of Gansu (Wuwei) International Land Port, reported Gansu Daily on Tuesday.


  • New freight train connection runs between Germany and China

    A new freight train connection of around 12,300 km between Germany's Mannheim and China's Qingdao has been launched to further link the two countries together.


  • China enriches list for cross-border e-commerce retail imports

    China will further optimize the list of imported retail goods for cross-border e-commerce starting from March 1, 2022, the Ministry of Finance said.


  • China approves more cross-border e-commerce pilot zones

    China's State Council has approved setting up more cross-border e-commerce pilot zones in 27 cities and regions as the government seeks to stabilize foreign trade and foreign investments.


  • ​China's Horgos sees 1.6 billion yuan of cross-border e-commerce business in comprehensive bonded zone in 2021

    Horgos comprehensive bonded zone in northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region has entered a fast track of development with its cross-border e-commerce business exceeding 1.69 billion yuan in 2021, according to the zone's statistics available on Sunday.


  • ​Postal freight train boosts cross-border e-commerce business between Urumqi, Almaty

    The cross-border e-commerce business between Almaty, Kazakhstan and Urumqi of northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region has been further facilitated as the first postal freight train service linking the two cities was launched recently.


  • 1st cross-border e-commerce order exported to overseas warehouse from Hainan FTP

    A Chinese company of Hainan free trade port (FTP) has recently exported the first batch of goods to its overseas warehouse through cross-border e-commerce.


  • China to actively expand cross-border e-commerce pilot zones: MOC

    China's Ministry of Commerce (MOC) on Monday pledged to actively expand the integrated pilot zones for cross-border e-commerce to cultivate new competitive edges in foreign trade.


  • Cross-border e-commerce, a new engine for China's high-quality development of foreign trade

    China has seen sustained and rapid increases in cross-border e-commerce (CBEC) imports and exports in recent years. China will further expand the pilot programs of CBEC retail imports to more cities and regions, marking a brighter development prospect for CBEC.


  • China to enhance freight-train service to boost cross-border e-commerce

    The China-Europe cargo service will be improved to spur the development of cross-border e-commerce, according to a three-year action plan released at the Fifth Silk Road International Exposition that opened on Tuesday.


  • SW. China's Yunnan reports RMB385 mln of cross-border e-commerce retail trade in Q1

    The retail trade value of cross-border e-commerce in southwest China's Yunnan province reached 385 million yuan in the first quarter, 3.23 times that of the same period in 2020, according to data released by the provincial department of commerce on its official website on Thursday.


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