Reported that China’s e commerce market turnover in 2012 7 trillion and 850 billion yuan

xinhuanet.com March 22 Hangzhou Xinhua (reporter Zhang Yao) Hangzhou based third party e-commerce research institutions China E-Commerce Research Center 22 released the report, China e-commerce market transactions in 2012 amounted to 7 trillion and 850 billion yuan, an increase of 30.83%.

"The latest release of the

2012 annual China e-commerce market data monitoring report" said that last year China B2B e-commerce market transactions amounted to 6 trillion and 250 billion yuan, an increase of 27%; online retail transactions amounted to 1 trillion and 320 billion yuan, an increase of 64.7%; the network group purchase and other fields also show growth momentum.

report that China’s e-commerce market, the regional pattern of the initial appearance. According to the distribution of the intensity of the distribution of electricity supplier companies, ranked in the top ten provinces (municipalities) followed by Zhejiang, Guangdong, Shanghai, Beijing, Jiangsu, Shandong, Sichuan, Hebei, Henan and.

The rapid development of

e-commerce has created a large number of employment opportunities. According to the report, as of December 2012, e-commerce services companies employing more than 2 million people, indirect employment of e-commerce driven by more than 15 million people.

China e-commerce research center senior analyst Zhang Zhouping believes that e-commerce is becoming a new economic growth point, the formation of new markets, new ways of employment. With more and more SMEs involved in e-commerce, the market demand for electricity providers to increase the demand for professionals to create direct employment opportunities will grow. At the same time, e-commerce derived from third party custodian, network models and other emerging occupations, electricity supplier development will drive the development of related industries linkage.

Author: Zhang remote

xinhuanet.com March 22 Hangzhou Xinhua (reporter Zhang Yao) Hangzhou based third party e-commerce research institutions China E-Commerce Research Center 22 released the report, China e-commerce market transactions in 2012 amounted to 7 trillion and 850 billion yuan, an increase of 30.83%.

"The latest release of the

2012 annual China e-commerce market data monitoring report" said that last year China B2B e-commerce market transactions amounted to 6 trillion and 250 billion yuan, an increase of 27%; online retail transactions amounted to 1 trillion and 320 billion yuan, an increase of 64.7%; the network group purchase and other fields also show growth momentum.

report that China’s e-commerce market, the regional pattern of the initial appearance. According to the distribution of the intensity of the distribution of electricity supplier companies, ranked in the top ten provinces (municipalities) followed by Zhejiang, Guangdong, Shanghai, Beijing, Jiangsu, Shandong, Sichuan, Hebei, Henan and.

The rapid development of

e-commerce has created a large number of employment opportunities. According to the report, as of December 2012, e-commerce services companies employing more than 2 million people, indirect employment of e-commerce driven by more than 15 million people.

China e-commerce research center senior analyst Zhang Zhouping believes that e-commerce is becoming a new economic growth point, the formation of new markets, new ways of employment. With more and more SMEs involved in e-commerce, the market demand for electricity providers to increase the demand for professionals to create direct employment opportunities will grow. At the same time, e-commerce derived from third party custodian, network models and other emerging occupations, electricity supplier development will drive the development of related industries linkage.

Author: Zhang remote

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