Shanghai e commerce in the next five years focused on the development of seven areas

Shanghai municipal government deputy secretary general

, the Shanghai Municipal Commission of Commerce Director Sha Hailin revealed in December 16th, the next five years, the development of electronic commerce in Shanghai will consider the focus on seven areas, including manufacturing, trade, international trade, tourism, finance, logistics and agriculture.

Sha Hailin further said that in the business sector, focuses on the application of e-commerce to promote the commodities market and the professional market, accelerate the innovation of commercial circulation way and mode of operation, improve the proportion of e-commerce business, achieve a combination of online and offline transaction transaction.

"First Financial Daily" was informed that, in order to promote the development of e-commerce enterprises, the Shanghai Municipal Commission of Commerce jointly with the relevant departments will actively formulate special policies to support the development of electronic commerce, exploring the establishment of the development characteristics of e-commerce enterprise, market regulation, taxation, foreign investment, investment and financing mechanism and ancillary services such as policy guarantee system.

support in the capital, one is the efforts to establish a special fund to promote the development of electronic commerce, to encourage the county government increase financial support for the development of electronic commerce; at the same time, will also actively guide social capital into the field of electronic commerce, the establishment of an e-commerce venture investment fund, to encourage electronic commerce enterprise credit support and comprehensive financial products and financial services to promote the development of.

Relevant statistics

Shanghai Municipal Commission of Commerce, Shanghai City e-commerce transactions accounted for the proportion of total sales of commodities, increased from 2.8% in 2009 to 10.4% in 2002, the Shanghai city GDP contribution rate from 4.4% in 2002 rose to 22.3% in 2009. In the first half of this year, Shanghai e-commerce transactions amounted to 200 billion yuan, an increase of 53.1%, of which is trading in B2B. In this paper, compiled by http:www.pianfang.org

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Shanghai municipal government deputy secretary general

, the Shanghai Municipal Commission of Commerce Director Sha Hailin revealed in December 16th, the next five years, the development of electronic commerce in Shanghai will consider the focus on seven areas, including manufacturing, trade, international trade, tourism, finance, logistics and agriculture.

Sha Hailin further said that in the business sector, focuses on the application of e-commerce to promote the commodities market and the professional market, accelerate the innovation of commercial circulation way and mode of operation, improve the proportion of e-commerce business, achieve a combination of online and offline transaction transaction.

"First Financial Daily" was informed that, in order to promote the development of e-commerce enterprises, the Shanghai Municipal Commission of Commerce jointly with the relevant departments will actively formulate special policies to support the development of electronic commerce, exploring the establishment of the development characteristics of e-commerce enterprise, market regulation, taxation, foreign investment, investment and financing mechanism and ancillary services such as policy guarantee system.

support in the capital, one is the efforts to establish a special fund to promote the development of electronic commerce, to encourage the county government increase financial support for the development of electronic commerce; at the same time, will also actively guide social capital into the field of electronic commerce, the establishment of an e-commerce venture investment fund, to encourage electronic commerce enterprise credit support and comprehensive financial products and financial services to promote the development of.

Relevant statistics

Shanghai Municipal Commission of Commerce, Shanghai City e-commerce transactions accounted for the proportion of total sales of commodities, increased from 2.8% in 2009 to 10.4% in 2002, the Shanghai city GDP contribution rate from 4.4% in 2002 rose to 22.3% in 2009. In the first half of this year, Shanghai e-commerce transactions amounted to 200 billion yuan, an increase of 53.1%, of which is trading in B2B. In this paper, compiled by http:www.pianfang.org

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