Being a part of Guangdong Free Trade Zone, Nansha has been bettering its policies and infrastructure construction, and boosting the development of international trade and cross-border e-commerce.
On January 26, a cross-border e-commerce forum was held in Nansha, during which experts were invited to brainstorm for the industry development in Nansha while three service institutions including a regulatory commission were launched to provide wider ranges of services.
A cross-border e-commerce forum is held in Nansha on January 26. [Photo provided to Newsgd.com]
Pan Yuzhang, Deputy Direct of the Management Committee of Nansha Free Trade Zone, introduced Nansha had adopted a series of policies and measures to speed up the whole import-export business process.
“Nansha’s cross-border e-commerce has been rapidly growing since 2014,” said Pan Yuzhang, “by the end of 2017, 1336 related enterprise has been registered in the district. And the value of import reached about 7 billion yuan, accounting for over 80 percent of the total value in Guangzhou.”
Pan Yuzhang added cross-border e-commerce would have more opportunities in Nansha under the development of Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area.