BEIJING, Dec. 21, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Leading Chinese B2B cross-border e-commerce firm DHgate.com, Tsinghua University, and the China Central University of Finance and Economics present the 2016 China Cross-Border E-commerce (Export B2B) Report, which can be downloaded for free HERE.
This report contains data, analysis, and insights regarding Chinese B2B Cross-Border E-commerce Exports. The information in this report is based on data accumulated by DHgate.com.
The report is broken down into 4 sections:
1. Cross-Border E-commerce Development Index for Provincial level Administrative Regions in China;
2. Cross-Border E-commerce Index for Provincial level Administrative Regions in China which includes a Market Size Index, Growth Index, Penetration Index, and an Influential Factors Index;
3. A Development and Distribution Analysis of Chinese Cross-Border E-commerce which includes an analysis of the development and distribution of cross-border e-commerce in the eastern, central, and western regions of China; an analysis of major trade partner nations; an analysis of product categories, including rankings and growth; and a major analysis of Chinese cross-border e-commerce in relation to "The Belt and Road" initiative;
4. China's Cross-Border E-commerce Development trends and Prospects which gives insights into the growing prowess of "Chinese Brands" and the B2B model which is a fundamental pillar of e-commerce.
Key insights from the report:
- Eastern China accounts for 90% of the market share for Chinese B2B cross-border e-commerce exports; central China is the fastest growing region with a 78.47% yearly growth rate; and western China has the lowest e-commerce penetration rate, demonstrating huge potential.
- Developed countries in North America and Europe account for the majority of digital trade with China and are still growing fast, but developing countries are catching up. Growth in the Malaysian market is even stronger than that in Europe and North America.
- Branded products in general perform better than non-branded products.
- "The Belt and Road" policy and strategy has already boosted the development of cross-border e-commerce.
- DHgate advises traditional trading companies to embrace the cross-border e-commerce platform model, or else their business may only last about 5 more years in the current state.
DHgate.com is the first to market and the biggest B2B transactional cross-border e-commerce marketplace in China, aiming to provide global buyers with quality products at competitive prices. Founded in 2004, DHgate.com has approximately 10 million global buyers from 230 countries and regions, with 1.4 million global sellers offering 40 million products. DHgate.com's business enables buyers to directly access global manufacturers of the world's top brands with rich product selections. DHgate.com is an all-in-one platform with integrated services for international logistics, cross-border payments, internet financing, etc. DHgate.com's US, UK, Spain, and UAE product distribution warehouses allow for 24 hour delivery and convenient product returns & refunds, bringing great convenience to buyers at http://www.dhgate.com.
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