Beijing to build 20 cross-border e-commerce parks in 5 years

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Beijing will remain committed to agglomerating and scaling up the city's cross-border e-commerce in a systematic manner, aiming to establish 20 cross-border e-commerce parks in the next five years, according to a recent notice on developing the third batch of China (Beijing) cross-border e-commerce industrial parks issued by the Beijing Municipal Commerce Bureau. 

This is Beijing's third initiative for establishing cross-border e-commerce parks. In October 2016, six China (Beijing) cross-border e-commerce parks received operating licenses, including Beijing Tianzhu Comprehensive Bonded Area, Beijing Post Comprehensive Service Park, Mafang Logistic Base, and Beijing EMS Park.

The second batch was launched in 2017, which led to the establishment of 11 more cross-border e-commerce parks.

With the third patch of 20 e-commerce parks, the municipal government is aiming to increase the proportion of cross-border e-commerce in foreign trade to over 20% in five years. Meanwhile, the city plans to set up 100 cross-border e-commerce service providers, 100 overseas cross-border e-commerce warehouses and bonded areas, and 100 experience stores for cross-border e-commerce.

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