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  • Kunming area of Yunnan FTZ registers robust cross-border e-commerce trade in Jan.-Aug.

    Kunming area of Yunnan Pilot Free Trade Zone (FTZ) saw its cross-border e-commerce trade stood at 6 million transactions in the first eight months of the year, with trade value amounted to 60 million U.S. dollars, according to Yunnan Daily on Tuesday.


  • Chinese delivery platform Dada Nexus pairs up with Sam's Club for unmanned delivery service

    On Thursday, Dada Nexus Limited, a Nasdaq-listed on-demand delivery and retail platform based in Shanghai said its affiliated company Dada Now has started providing unmanned delivery services for Sam's Club, a Walmart-owned membership warehouse club.


  • A China-Europe freight train for cross-border e-commerce exports debuts in Xuzhou, Jiangshu

    A China-Europe freight train chartered for sending local enterprises’ exports of cross-border e-commerce goods departed from Xuzhou City in east China’s Jiangsu Province to Europe on Sunday.


  • Southeast Asia's online sellers optimistic about future growth: Lazada report

    52 percent of Southeast Asia's online sellers experienced great improvement in online business in the first half of 2021, according to an index report recently released by Alibaba-owned Lazada, a leading e-commerce platform in Southeast Asia.


  • NE.China Liaoning FTZ Shenyang area H1 registers RMB460 mln of cross-border e-commerce trade

    The Shengyang area of northeast China's Liaoning Pilot Free Trade Zone (FTZ) witnessed 4.59 million cross-border e-commerce transactions with total value of 460 million yuan in the first half of the year, more than the total volume of last year, reported Liaoning Daily Thursday.


  • ​NanJi E-Commerce Co., LTD joins hands with C&A to develop fast fashion

    Listed Chinese company NanJi E-Commerce Co., LTD (002127.SZ) recently announced to establish a joint venture together with the international fashion retail brand C&A, reported Monday.


  • Rural online retail sales in SW. China’s Yunnan Province hike 42.36 pct y-o-y in Q1

    The rural online retail sales surged 42.36 percent year on year amounting to 15.96 billion yuan in southwest China's Yunnan Province in the January-March period, reported Yunnan Daily Tuesday.


  • NW.China Xinjiang registers RMB7.725 bln in online retails sales in the first two months

    Northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region registered a total of 7.725 billion yuan of online retails sales in the first two months of 2021, up 24.56 percent year on year, official data showed recently.


  • China to extend pilot scheme for cross-border e-commerce

    China will extend its pilot program for cross-border e-commerce retail imports to facilitate trade and open up wider.


  • Economic Watch: Cross-border e-commerce to drive China's trade growth in 2021

    Cross-border e-commerce has become an increasingly important pillar of China's foreign trade, with over 10,000 traditional foreign trade firms going online for the first time last year.


  • E. China's Zhejiang unveils three-year action plan for digital commerce

    East China's Zhejiang Province, home to the country's leading e-commerce tycoons, on Wednesday released a three-year action plan for the digital commerce development from 2020 to 2022.


  • E-commerce cargo route links Manila with China's Jiangsu

    A special direct air route for e-commerce cargo has recently been launched to connect east China's Jiangsu Province with the Philippines.


  • East China's Fujian to host int'l e-commerce trade fair

    The city of Fuzhou, capital of east China's Fujian Province, is slated to host the first China Cross-border E-commerce Trade Fair from March 18 to 20, local authorities said Thursday.


  • Multilingual e-commerce platform to help China's ethnic farmers in foreign trade

    A multilingual e-commerce platform, available in Chinese, Uygur, Tibetan, Mongolian and English, selling China's distinctive agricultural products has begun its trial run.


  • Beijing's major retailers, caterers see robust sales during holiday

    A total of 100 major retailers, caterers and e-commerce platforms in Beijing reported a 43.1-percent sales growth year on year during the Spring Festival holiday, according to the Beijing Municipal Commerce Bureau.


  • E-commerce becomes new farm work in China's rural areas: report

    Mobile phones are evolving into new farm tools and e-commerce has become a part of farm work for China's rural population, as online sales emerge as an important force in the fight against poverty, according to a report released on Wednesday.


  • NE. China's Heilongjiang sees online retail sales value up 12.7 pct in 2020

    Northeast China's Heilongjiang Province saw its online retail sales value up 12.7 percent year on year to 52.63 billion yuan in 2020, according to data released by Heilongjiang's provincial department of commerce recently.


  • Across China: E-commerce heralds thriving careers for independent fashion designers

    When Liu Min launched her brand "Ms MIN" on the e-commerce platform Taobao, many people asked her the logic behind choosing to open a store on the internet despite being an independent designer in London.


  • Alibaba's Tmall Global helps global SMEs open online stores

    Alibaba Group's online marketplace Tmall Global on Tuesday announced a string of service solutions to facilitate overseas small- and medium-sized companies to open stores on its platform.


  • China's 2020 per capita disposable income doubles from 2010 level

    China's per capita disposable income reached 32,189 yuan (about 4,961 U.S. dollars) in 2020, more than double the level in 2010, official data showed Tuesday.


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