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.