2022 China Cross-Border E-commerce Fair Attracts 2,000 Overseas Suppliers

(ECNS) — The 2022 China Cross-Border E-Commerce Fair opened Wednesday in Fuzhou, southeast China’s Fujian Province.

The fair aims to promote cross-border e-commerce and upgrading foreign trade amid the global pandemic, according to the organizing committee.

Chinese cross-border e-commerce has exploded in recent years. It has become a new driving force for foreign trade transformation and upgrading, a new innovative development channel and a new bridge for the development of the Belt and Road Initiative.

Statistics show that China’s cross-border e-commerce imports and exports have increased nearly 10 times in five years, reaching 1.92 trillion yuan ($290 billion) last year, an increase of 18, 6% year-on-year.

The show was scheduled to open on March 18 and was postponed due to the pandemic.

Covering an area of ​​72,000 square meters, the show consists of four exhibition areas, including cross-border e-commerce suppliers, cross-border e-commerce platforms, cross-border e-commerce full-service providers and a business area. of forums.

It has attracted more than 50 global cross-border e-commerce platforms, more than 200 leading cross-border e-commerce service providers and more than 2,000 high-quality foreign trade suppliers.

Amazon Global Selling, Google, Walmart Global E-commerce, eBay, Alibaba International Station and other well-known global cross-border e-commerce companies actively participated in the event.

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