From January to September, the total volumes handled by express service businesses in Yiwu – a county-level city administered by Jinhua, in East China's Zhejiang province – hit 6.54 billion packages and parcels, for year-on-year growth of 38.4 percent.
Exhibition halls at the "Let's Go China" Rwanda Trade Services Center in Kigali, capital of Rwanda, have been displaying various kinds of made-in-China commodities and attracting numerous local purchasers.
By the end of 2022, 100 percent of the administrative villages in the e-commerce demonstration counties will have a separate e-commerce service station.
Online pharmacies are witnessing rapid development in China, thanks to a growing number of consumers choosing to buy medicines via internet platforms, experts said.
The acquisition would result in Zhejiang China Commodities City Group Co owning its first license for third-party payments.
The service, jointly launched by the Yiwu subsidiary of China Telecom and Huawei Technologies, was a response to the national call for promoting 5G and gigabit fiber-optic networks, as well as for expanding internet application scenarios.
The latest data from Yiwu authorities showed that the e-commerce transaction volume in the county-level city in Zhejiang province reached 71.9 billion yuan ($11.1 billion) in the first quarter of this year.
The China International Electronic Commerce Expo 2021 opened in Yiwu, East China's Zhejiang province, on April 11.