According to a report released by the jingdong big data research institute, Chinese goods have been sold through cross-border e-commerce to more than 100 countries and regions including Russia, Israel, South Korea and Vietnam that have signed cooperation documents with China to jointly build “One Belt And One Road”. Online commercial relations have expanded from Eurasia to Europe, Asia and Africa, and many African countries have achieved zero breakthroughs. Cross-border online commerce has shown vigorous vitality under the “One Belt And One Road” initiative.
According to the report, among the 30 countries with the largest growth in online export and consumption in 2018, 13 are from Asia and Europe, among which Vietnam, Israel, South Korea, Hungary, Italy, Bulgaria and Poland are the most prominent. The other four were occupied by Chile in South America, New Zealand in Oceania and Russia and Turkey across Europe and Asia. In addition, African countries Morocco and Algeria also achieved relatively high growth in cross-border e-commerce consumption in 2018. Africa, South America, North America, the Middle East and other areas of the private business began to be active online.
Post time: Oct-24-2019