Anhui will foster the development of provincial-level cross-border e-commerce industrial parks and set up more new ones based on special customs supervision areas, in a bid to ensure the stable and sound development of foreign trade, according to the Department of Commerce of Anhui Province.
Currently, there are four provincial-level cross-border e-commerce industrial parks in the eastern Chinese province.
The province will make use of industrial agglomeration, enhance the building of public service platforms, create service models and improve supportive services to get results as soon as possible from the projects launched by those industrial parks.
The projects include a B2B and Amazon incubation hub in Bengshan Cross-Border E-Commerce Industrial Park in Bengbu and a cold chain processing bonded warehouse in Wuhu Cross-Border E-Commerce Industrial Park in Wuhu.
Cities and counties will be encouraged to promote the agglomeration of local cross-border e-commerce industries. They can rely on development zones and existing e-commerce clusters to conduct cross-border e-commerce B2B business and attract cross-border e-commerce companies.