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Online and offline integration is to accelerate

CHINA will further promote online and offline integration of commerce and continue to improve legal system for e-businesses, an official of the Ministry of Commerce said in Shanghai yesterday.

“Improving legislation and regulation of e-commerce, promoting the integration of Internet with more daily life-related services and building supporting logistics system from the industry will be the top priorities for e-commerce’s development during the 13th five-year period,” Nie Linhai, deputy commercial counselor of the  Ministry’s Department of Electronic Commerce and Informatization, told the second Pudong New Area Internet Plus Conference. 

E-commerce is expected to further expand to rural areas while cross-border e-commerce, which current is dominated by retail business, is likely to develop into trading of commodities and business-to-business transaction in the next few years, Nie said. 

The annual conference brought together more than 800 industry participants and experts to discuss hot topics such as opportunities and challenges of artificial intelligence and virtual reality, new trend of cross-border business and Internet+ health care.


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