E-commerce in China – infographic

China is the largest e-commerce market in the world. The Chinese shop online much more often than the rest of the world. Among the products that citizens of China buy online are clothes, cosmetics, electronics, and even food (more than 50% of customers). At the moment, the Chinese e-commerce market is worth over 1 billion dollars and is continuously growing. The middle class in China is growing, and so is consumption. Online shopping became very convenient, particularly when using extremely popular mobile payments.  New trends and interest in foreign and luxury goods also contribute to the rapid development of e-commerce in China. Domestic products cannot meet these needs. E-commerce gives foreign suppliers an opportunity to sell their product and speed up procedures, benefit from favorable tax policies and, what’s most important, they don’t have to license their operations.

We present to you an interesting infographic „10 facts about e-commerce in China”.

e-commerce in China

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Trends and statistics of Chinese e-commerce (infographics)

Here we introduce another interesting infographics, which presents information about the e-commerce in China. Apart from up-to-date statistics, it also contains some forecasts, giving us a glimpse into the further development. The Chinese consumers review products in online shops quite frequently (more frequently than Americans), the shipment fee is six time lower than in the U.S. The most popular method of payment is Alipay (47% transactions), the second is Tenpay (21%). As far the most popular internet shops are concerned, Tmall has 40% market share, followed by 360buy.com (now jd.com) and Suning.com.

21 e-commerce-trends

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