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Started a dialogue with the leaders of e-commerce in China

1 dicembre 2017
Started a dialogue with the leaders of e-commerce in China

    On December 1, there was a trade and investment conference of Zhejiang (China) - Russia.

    The forum was organized by the Chinese Committee for the Promotion of International Trade in Zhejiang Province with the support of the Russian CCI and the Russian-Chinese Business Council.

    One of the results of the business forum was the consolidation of previously established business contacts between Russian and Chinese entrepreneurs, and the opening of new opportunities in trade and investment.

    The conference was attended by more than 60 companies from China - representatives of the leading economic sectors of Zhejiang Province, including energy, high technology and IT sector, manufacturing, infrastructure, finance and investment, agriculture, medicine and healthcare, tourism, etc.

    One of the most dynamic areas of development in Zhejiang is e-commerce. In the capital of Zhejiang Province - the city of Hangzhou - is the headquarters of one of the world's leading e-commerce companies Alibaba.

    Global Rus Trade managed to reach an agreement with the E-Commerce Promotion Association of Zhejiang Province and the electronic platform of cross-border trade Q.City on further cooperation and exchange of experience in the field of electronic commerce.

    In 2016, the GDP of Zhejiang Province amounted to 674 billion US dollars (6% of the total national economy). According to this indicator, the province has occupied the fourth place in China for 20 years, behind only the provinces of Guangdong, Shandong and Jiangsu.