Guest Post: Cross-border Ecommerce in China

Guest Post: Cross-border Ecommerce in China Has Great Development Potential

Will China be the ‘King of eCommerce in Asia’?

The cross-border eCommerce sector has significantly developed over the last couple of years. An increasing number of online merchants have taken their business outside borders and since then have struggled to overcome regulatory, cultural, language and fraud-related impediments and ensure a good flow of goods across borders.

The Asia-Pacific region is one of the markets presenting a great development potential, even though it still has to face a lot of impediments including cultural and language barriers, consumer preferences and legislation. Among Asian countries, China has recently witnessed a considerable growth when it comes to international trade and is expected to overcome the US becoming the largest ecommerce marketplace worldwide.

Download the Cross-border Ecommerce Report China from The Paypers for more information about:

  • Country-specific ecommerce facts & figures
  • Preferred payment methods in China
  • Risk & fraud in China
  • China’s ecommerce legislation & regulation

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The is a guest post provided by The Paypers, a Supporting Media Partner of Cards & Payments Asia 2014.

[Image: Gaurav Mishra - Flickr]

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