East China Fair to build foreign trade development platform for provinces and cities from Yangtze River Delta region2018-02-13
The annual ECF has made significant contributions to promoting the export of foreign trade enterprises in Yangtze River Delta region over the past 27 years and now it will take the location advantage of its host provinces and cities to advance the integrated development of foreign trade in the Yangtze River Delta region.
The cross-border e-commerce exhibition at the East China Fair (ECF) has developed at a rapid pace since its first launch in 2016. Last year, the exhibition was widely acclaimed for providing foreign trade enterprises with new marketing channels and space for growth and helped the enterprises improve their international competitiveness.
Processing trade forms a significant part of China's export-oriented economy. It used to be prosperous, but in recent years, it has become the pronoun of "unpromising" due to many people regarding self-owned brands as the only way to deal with the severe international trade situation.
A meeting for the preparation of the 28th East China Fair was held on Jan 15, 2018.
The 28th East China Fair has strengthened overseas market promotion, specifically focusing on attracting high-quality European and American buyers.
Regional differences result in different development of foreign trade service platforms in East China2018-01-22
Foreign trade service platform is an important new business model of foreign trade in China. Currently, a variety of such platforms have been developed in many provinces and cities in East China and have become a useful assistant for foreign trade particularly the small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) attending East China Fair.
E-commerce is a strong driving force for marketing. Knowing the development trends of e-commerce industry is the key to the success of a company in 2018.
Statistics revealed that more than 6,700 stores in America's retailing industry have been closed down since Jan 1, 2017, exceeding the number of 6,163 during the financial crisis in 2008, while hitting a new high.