Abstract : The China-Europe cargo service will be improved to spur the development of cross-border e-commerce, according to a three-year action plan released at the Fifth Silk Road International Exposition that opened on Tuesday.
May 11 (Xinhua) — The China-Europe cargo service will be improved to
spur the development of cross-border e-commerce, according to a
three-year action plan released at the Fifth Silk Road International
Exposition that opened on Tuesday.
will set up a green service mechanism for cross-border e-commerce firms
via the China Railway Express (Chang’an), with more new routes
developed to facilitate international cargo flows, the plan states.
will be made to support countries intending to construct pavilions for
e-commerce products in Xi’an, capital of northwest China’s Shaanxi
Province, while overseas warehouses will be established in a bid to help
reduce costs for enterprises, according to the plan.
will leverage domestic advantages in the cross-border e-commerce
sector, providing vendors abroad with outsourcing business, including
agency operation, intelligent logistics and distribution, and post-sales
training bases will be built in Xi’an and abroad to cultivate more
talent in the field for countries along the Belt and Road, the plan
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Source: China to enhance freight-train service to boost cross-border e-commerce