Many of the latest batch of comprehensive pilot zones for cross-border e-commerce are located in central and western China as well as the country's border areas.
Despite the Russia-Ukraine conflict and the United States' interest rate hike, Chinese exporters, backed by the government's supportive measures and new foreign trade formats such as cross-border e-commerce business, have been busy in upgrading their product structure this year.
As the country gears up to convene the 20th National Congress of the Communist Party of China in mid-October, China’s economy is showing encouraging signs of steady recovery.
China's imports and exports were valued 31.11 trillion yuan ($4.29 trillion) in the first three quarters of the year, up 9.9 percent from a year ago, data from the General Administration of Customs showed on Monday.
Official data showed China's trade surged 10.1 percent year-on-year to 27.3 trillion yuan ($3.81 trillion) during the first eight months of this year, despite complexities and challenges.