On November 5, the second China International Import Expo (CIIE) opened in Shanghai. According to the data, more than 3000 enterprises from more than 150 countries and regions participated in the exhibition, and the number of participating countries and enterprises exceeded the first one. Meanwhile, T-Mall Global, Jingdong Global, VipShop International, Koala Haigou, Suning Global Outsourcing, Beibei, Yunji, Meidun Mom and other cross-border importer and e-commerce platforms have appeared in the Expo.
According to the monitoring of e-commerce large database, in 2018, the transaction scale of import cross-border e-commerce industry reached 1900 billion yuan (including B2B, B2C, C2C and o2o modes), an increases of 26.66% year on year. Since 2001, the transaction scale of import cross-border e-commerce industry has maintained continuous growth.
Release positive signals for cross-border e-commerce
The second China international cross-border e-commerce development summit, and the Cross-border E-commerce promotion trade development summit will be held during the Expo. Cross-border e-commerce has become a powerful growth point for the development of China’s foreign trade. With the introduction of the e-commerce law and new policies on cross-border e-commerce, the gradually expanded scope of application of import policies, and the continuous increase of domestic demand, cross-border e-commerce will usher in a new round of quality improvement and upgrading.
Editor of Chinadivision found, at least 3 signals can be seen from the summits.
Signal 1: many international brands take Chinese cross-border e-commerce enterprises as a bridge to enter China, strengthen international resource cooperation, and give play to the advantages of local industrial clusters.
Signal 2: domestic cross-border e-commerce platforms seek new opportunities for cooperation, promote transnational cooperation and bring more trade opportunities.
Signal 3: accelerate the development of cross-border import market to meet diversified consumer demand.