Guangzhou’s cross-border e-commerce is developing rapidly, and its total import value ranks first among all cities in the country for six consecutive years. According to statistics from Guangzhou Customs, in 2019, the total value of cross-border e-commerce imports and exports in Guangzhou was 38.59 billion yuan, ranking second among all cities in the country, with a year-on-year increase of 56.4%. Among them, the import was 25.32 billion yuan, ranking first among all cities in the country, with a year-on-year increase of 27.9%; the export was 13.27 billion yuan, ranking third among all cities in the country, with a year-on-year increase of 171.7%.
Up to now, Nansha has attracted 56 e-commerce platforms such as Tmall Global, JD Global, Vipshop, and Kaola Haigou. The cross-border e-commerce storage area exceeds 350,000 square meters. A complete cross-border e-commerce ecosystem with convenient logistics and financial innovation.
In 2019, Guangzhou Customs reviewed and released 230 million cross-border e-commerce export declaration lists, a year-on-year increase of 56.9%; the total value of goods exported to countries along the “Belt and Road” through cross-border e-commerce was 5.82 billion yuan, a year-on-year increase of 98.4%. It accounts for 27.9% of the total export value of cross-border e-commerce in the customs area.