China registers over 2,000 cross-border ecommerce pilot companies in July–November 2014

Tuesday 6 January 2015 14:13 CET | News

China General Administration of Customs has recorded more than 2,000 cross-border ecommerce pilot companies, which yielded USD 112.4 million (CNY 700million) in import-export value.

The total number of mainland Chinese cross-border online shoppers reached 18 million, 78% of which shopped via mobile devices, reports.

Kuajingtong, the first cross-border ecommerce enterprises granted by Chinese government, aims at becoming the official and standard cross-border ecommerce platform. Kuajingtong is supported by Shanghai Customs, Shanghai Entry-Exit Inspection and Quarantine Bureau and State Administration of Foreign Exchange.

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Keywords: China, cross border, pilot, ecommerce, companies, import, export, value, Customers, merchants, government
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