Xinhua Silk Road - Belt and Road Portal, China's silk road economic belt and 21st Century Maritime Silk Road Website Xinhua Silk Road - Belt and Road Portal, China's silk road economic belt and 21st Century Maritime Silk Road Website
Subscribe CustomBlackClose

Belt & Road Weekly Subscription Form


Research ReportCustomBlackClose

The full edition of the report is available at Xinhua Silk Road Database. You can click the “Table of Content” to have a general understanding of it.

Click on the button below to create your account and get immediate access to thousands of articles.

Start a Free Trial

Xinhua Silk Road
cross-border e-commerce Sorting by the latest release time

  • 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.


  • Across China: Freight train service prospers amid enhanced Sino-Italian trade ties

    A direct cargo train on Thursday left for Milan from Xi'an, capital of northwest China's Shaanxi Province, marking the departure of the 100th direct express since the service was launched last year.


  • E. China's Jiangxi accelerates the development of cross-border e-commerce

    East China's Jiangxi Province plans to vigorously develop cross-border e-commerce and guide enterprises to explore international markets, according to a document released by the provincial government on Thursday, reported


  • Accelerated development of cross-border e-commerce brings opportunities to international logistics companies

    China's cross-border e-commerce imports and exports totaled 1.69 trillion yuan last year, with an increase of 31.1 percent year on year, which has not only further boosted domestic consumer demand, but also revitalized the connection between the Chinese market and the global market.


  • E. China's Jiangsu proposes multiple measures to promote development of cross-border e-commerce

    East China's Jiangsu Province recently issued opinions to boost the high-quality development of cross-border e-commerce, the first of its kind in the province, reported the Xinhua Daily on Thursday.


  • China's Zhengzhou Xinzheng Comprehensive Bonded Zone yields over RMB400 bln in 2020 foreign trade

    Zhengzhou Xinzheng Comprehensive Bonded Zone in central China's Henan Province saw its import and export value in 2020 stand at 410.35 billion yuan (about 63.48 billion U.S. dollars), an increase of 18.5 percent year-on-year, according to the local customs on Wednesday.


  • ​SW. China's Sichuan issues plan to build two cross-border e-commerce comprehensive pilot zones

    Sichuan Province in southwest China on January 11 issued two implementation plans on the construction of cross-border e-commerce comprehensive pilot zones in Deyang and Mianyang, two prefecture-level cities of the province, reported Sichuan Daily Thursday.


  • ​S. China's Hainan achieves rapid growth in cross-border e-commerce in 2020

    The cross-border e-commerce in China's island province of Hainan registered fast growth in 2020, reported Hainan Daily quoting local authority.


  • Xinjiang land port sees booming cross-border e-commerce

    The customs authority at Alataw Pass, a major rail port in northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, has handled more than 1 million cross-border parcels so far this year.


  • Jilin reports surge in cross-border e-commerce

    Northeast China's Jilin Province reported its foreign trade value in e-commerce quadrupled to 443 million yuan (about 67.5 million U.S. dollars) in the first ten months this year compared to the same period last year, according to Changchun Customs.


  • Ningxia launches cross-border e-commerce freight trucks to Europe

    Northwest China's Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region on Thursday launched its first cross-border e-commerce freight truck service to Europe.


  • Construction of cross-border e-commerce industrial park begins in Dalian area of China's Liaoning FTZ

    Construction of a cross-border e-commerce industrial park has recently started in the Dalian Area of China (Liaoning) Pilot Free Trade Zone (FTZ), the local newspaper reported on Wednesday.


  • Cross-border e-commerce pilot zone opens for business in hinterland province

    The first comprehensive cross-border e-commerce pilot zone in northwest China's hinterland province of Qinghai was officially opened for business on Thursday in the city of Haidong.


  • Cross-border e-commerce business through Xinjiang port continues to grow

    Cross-border e-commerce business at the Alataw Pass, a major land port in northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, continues to grow thanks to increasing customs clearance efficiency.


  • NW. China's Shaanxi pilots cross-border e-commerce B2B business in Airport New City

    Northwest China's Shaanxi Province officially launched the pilot cross-border e-commerce B2B export business at the Xi'an Xianyang International Airport.


  • Train for cross-border e-commerce exports departs for Europe

    A China-Europe freight train for cross-border e-commerce B2B exports departed from southwest China's Chongqing Municipality on Tuesday morning, marking the first of its kind in the country.


  • Economic Watch: Cross-border e-commerce propels China's foreign trade

    Amid great global economic uncertainties caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, China's foreign trade sector has delivered better-than-expected performances so far this year, with cross-border e-commerce providing impetus.


  • Ask Us A Question belt & road login close

    If you have any questions, please enter them in the box below.

    Identifying code Reload

    Write to Us belt & road login close

    Do you want to be a contributor to Xinhua Silk Road and tell us your Belt & Road story? Send your articles to and share your stories with more people.

    Click on the button below to create your account and get im access to thousands of articles.

    Start a Free Trial