Cross-border e-commerce exports increased by more than 40% last year

Cross-border e-commerce exports increased by more than 40% last year

In the context of the normalization of the global epidemic last year, China’s foreign trade industry can be described as thriving. According to the latest data released by the General Administration of Customs on January 14, the total value of my country’s import and export of goods trade reached 39.1 trillion yuan last year, a year-on-year increase of 21.4%, and the scale reached a new record high. However, under the pressure of economic recovery in Europe and the United States and the pressure of US dollar interest rate hikes this year, the import and export of one of the “troika” is indeed under considerable pressure.

“The factors affecting the RMB exchange rate are still complex and changeable, and foreign trade companies need to make plans for the problems caused by fluctuations in the RMB exchange rate. With the optimization and upgrading of my country’s export structure, it is still possible to maintain single-digit growth in exports this year. At the same time, this year’s foreign trade industry is the largest The highlight is the RCEP (Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership), which is a free trade agreement with the largest population, the largest economic and trade scale, and the greatest potential for development in the world, and will become a historical opportunity for Chinese foreign trade enterprises to transform from large foreign trade to strong foreign trade.” On January 20, at the XTransfer 2nd National Foreign Trade New Year’s Eve speech held in Shanghai, Ma Hongman, a well-known economics doctor, said.

Deng Guobiao, founder and CEO of XTransfer, said in an interview with China Times that in the past five years, the scale of my country’s export cross-border e-commerce has increased by nearly 10 times, and the export trade realized through cross-border e-commerce in the first half of 2021 The year-on-year increase also exceeded 44%.

“The epidemic has brought many changes to international trade. Among them, the blockade of international exchanges has accelerated the transfer of foreign trade business from offline to online. Fully embracing digitalization has become the consensus of every foreign trader, and digital technology and thinking will be integrated into foreign trade. In all aspects, the import and export volume of my country’s civil foreign trade enterprises last year was 19 trillion yuan, accounting for half of the country, and XTransfer has also served more than 200,000 small, medium and micro foreign trade enterprises. Small, medium and micro enterprises can also enjoy the same services as large multinational corporations, which really helps them reduce costs and increase efficiency and stand out in the global trade competition.” Deng Guobiao pointed out.