"As a new drive for the development of foreign trade, cross-border e-commerce has stimulated our company to maintain double-digit growth in the past few years," Li Jinling, CEO of Top Ideal Cross-border EC, told GDToday reporter at the Guangdong provincial high-quality development meeting on January 28.
The meeting sees participation of 1,000 persons offline and 25,000 persons online, including representatives from over 500 enterprises.
As a national-level platform for opening up to the outside world, Nansha is adjacent to Hong Kong and Macao, and is based in the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area.
"Here in Nansha, we enjoy triple advantages of policy, business model, and regulatory innovation," said Li, adding "We have grown rapidly together with Nansha, and have introduced a lot of Global 500 companies to settle in Nansha."
"In the coming year, we will continue to improve the digital supply chain system and help more international top 500 and cross-border e-commerce platforms to gain a foothold in Nansha," said Li.
In her opinion, by gaining leading advantages via regulatory innovation and business model innovation, Nansha will become an international trade hub covering China and targeting Southeast Asian nations.
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