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Recently,时事热点 the latest data on the import and export of cross-border e-commerce have been disclosed in many places, highlighting the structural optimization of cross-border enterprises and the achievements of industrial transition in China.
According to the data disclosed by the Information Office of the People's Government of Guangdong Province, from January to October this year, the import and export of cross-border e-commerce in the province was 736.6 billion yuan, a year-on-year increase of 47%. According to data released by the Sichuan Provincial Department of Commerce, in the first 10 months of this year, the scale of cross-border e-commerce import and export transactions in the province was 94.7 billion yuan, a year-on-year increase of 15.4%; Among them, imports were 4.7 billion yuan, up 151.6% year-on-year, and exports were 90 billion yuan, up 12.3% year-on-year.
"China's cross-border e-commerce industry chain is huge. While promoting the export of superior products such as clothing, shoes, bags and mobile phones in China, it also drives overseas products such as beauty cosmetics and fresh food into China, enriching market supply and stimulating internal consumption vitality. It has become an important starting point for stabilizing the scale of foreign trade and boosting trade growth." Song Siyuan, an associate researcher at the Institute of International Trade and Economic Cooperation of the Ministry of Commerce, told the Securities Daily reporter that a large number of small and medium-sized enterprises have achieved high-efficiency and low-cost trade exports through cross-border e-commerce integrated service platforms and successfully sold their products to the world.
The huge subject scale is one of the important factors for the good performance of cross-border e-commerce import and export in various places.
The 52nd Statistical Report on China's Internet Development shows that by the first half of 2023, the number of cross-border e-commerce entities in China had exceeded 100,000, and there were about 7,800 with an import and export volume of over 100 million yuan. At the same time, more and more enterprises are optimistic about cross-border e-commerce business from the perspective of globalization.
The relevant person in charge of AliExpress told the Securities Daily reporter that in order to seize the global market share and "cut off" the shopping needs of overseas consumers, the company rushed to prepare for "Black Friday" in advance, and joined other platforms to launch the "Global 5 Days" international express express express products. Consumers in Britain, Spain, the Netherlands and other countries can receive packages from China within five working days after placing orders with the logo of "5-day delivery" on AliExpress Choice channel.
Mousse shares said on the investor interaction platform that the company has carried out direct sales and distribution business in Australia, the United States, Canada, China and Hong Kong, and carried out cross-border e-commerce business through platforms such as Amazon; In the first half of 2023, the company's overseas business revenue accounted for 1.75%; The expansion of mousse brand in overseas markets is a long-term plan of the company.
Song Siyuan said that the main body of cross-border e-commerce is still expanding. At present, some social platforms have begun to accelerate the development of cross-border e-commerce business, injecting vitality into the industrial chain and promoting the professional and accurate development of services throughout the industry.
"Some enterprises are overweight the cross-border e-commerce business with cutting-edge technologies such as artificial intelligence and smart logistics. While exploring overseas markets, they also provide assistance for the improvement of the digital intelligence level of the entire industrial chain and enhance the strength of China's cross-border e-commerce to deepen international cooperation. " Lu Yue, a professor at university of international business and economics National Institute of Opening-up, told reporters.
At present, all countries in the world are vigorously developing cross-border e-commerce. The World Trade Organization predicts that by 2026, global B2C cross-border e-commerce will maintain a growth rate of 27%. In China, cross-border e-commerce is one of the important carriers to accelerate the integration of digital economy and real economy, and it is moving from high growth and scale to high quality and globalization.
The China Digital Trade Development Report (2022) released by the Ministry of Commerce shows that in 2022, the import and export scale of cross-border e-commerce in China exceeded 2 trillion yuan for the first time. According to the preliminary calculation of the General Administration of Customs, in the first three quarters of 2023, the import and export of cross-border e-commerce in China was 1.7 trillion yuan, an increase of 14.4%; Among them, exports were 1.3 trillion yuan, an increase of 17.7%; Imports were 0.4 trillion yuan, up 5.3%.
Talking about the high-quality development of cross-border e-commerce, Lu Yue said that at present, China's cross-border e-commerce presents the characteristics of continuous improvement of infrastructure, continuous upgrading of cross-border trade facilitation, effective improvement of logistics efficiency and rapid capital turnover of enterprises. In the future, enterprises can reduce the cost of returning goods and improve the layout of overseas warehouses to enhance the competitiveness of enterprises and industries in the international market. "As an important overseas node of cross-border e-commerce and a new foreign trade infrastructure, overseas warehouses are becoming a new channel for Chinese export enterprises to open up markets. The existing overseas warehouses of China enterprises are unevenly distributed, and the ability to integrate overseas warehouse resources needs to be further improved. "