Belt and Road Initiative boosts China's e-commerce

Source: Xinhua| 2017-04-30 07:59:13|Editor: Yamei


Staff members pack the express packages at JD's warehouse in the pilot free trade zone in north China's Tianjin Municipality, April 28, 2017. By 2016, opened 256 major warehouses across the country, covering most of the domestic key cities along the Belt and Road Initiative, including Shanghai, Xi'an and Chengdu. The further opening up to overseas markets has brought the number of product brands available at JD Worldwide Service to over 20,000, covering more than 70 countries and regions. Besides traditionally popular exporters such as Europe and the United States, Chinese e-commerce has seen growing interest in products from Belt and Road countries, such as latex pillows and rice from Thailand, and electronics from Israel. (Xinhua/Wu Kaixiang)

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KEY WORDS: e-commerce