CHINA – According to Zhang Na, CEO of Beijing Guanrui Technology Co Ltd, which is also organising the 2nd China Cross Border E-commerce and New E-commerce Exhibition, the company has always been committed to acting as a bridge and link in global cross-border e-commerce.
A representative from the National Bank of Pakistan’s Beijing Representative Office recently visited the CBEC Organising Committee to meet with DeYiE-commerce Alliance, an exhibitor at the 2nd CBEC. The two parties have agreed to cooperate on cross-border payment collection.
According to Zhang, NBP increased the stability of cross-border e-commerce transactions by aiding Chinese enterprises to collect money smoothly, paving a new road for China-Pakistan e-commerce collaboration. The 2nd CBEC will be held in Beijing from April 8 to 10, 2022. Also, almost 3,000 companies will be there. Suppliers, platforms, and service providers make up the majority of exhibitors.
“Many Pakistani corporations with offices in China will attend. Zhang told CEN that CBEC has developed a sophisticated promotion campaign focusing on handicrafts to bring more featured Pakistani products into China.
Pakistan is a new market in the world of e-commerce. “At the moment, Pakistan has a small number of online consumers. Local payments are mostly cash, but a growing number of young people use credit cards. According to the Pakistan Bureau of Statistics, 70% of its citizens are under 30 years old, while 50% are under the age of 20. Among Pakistan’s 150 million mobile phone subscribers, 100 million are smartphones. This market is unexplored, which means big prospects for us. “The Pakistani government also highly values the partnership between domestic enterprises and CBEC,” Zhang stated. A month later, the Pakistani Embassy’s counsellor will attend the 2nd CBEC. We appreciate their generous support.”