Boosting Foreign Trade a Top Priority for China

Because China's 2015 trade volume decreased by 7 percent from the previous year, its first drop in five years, boosting foreign trade has become a top priority for the country.  Here's why.
Exporters trying to sell to the lucrative Chinese market, with or without a physical presence in the country, will inevitably have heard of its booming cross-border e-commerce industry, which grew over 30 percent in 2015 despite the slowing international trade. It is predicted that trade via cross-border e-commerce alone will exceed RMB 6.5 trillion in 2016, accounting for 20 percent of total trade volume.
Learn more, especially about China’s cross-border e-commerce industry, and the common sales approaches used by foreign merchants engaged in the industry:  Exporting to China:  Import Tax Slashed in Cross-Border E-Commerce Zones

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