Data show that in the transaction mode of China’s cross-border e-commerce in 2021, cross-border B2B transactions accounted for nearly 80%. In 2022, countries will enter a new stage of normalization of the epidemic. In order to cope with the impact of the epidemic, resumption of work and production has become a high-frequency word for domestic and foreign import and export enterprises. In addition to the epidemic, factors such as rising raw material prices caused by local political instability, skyrocketing sea freight, blocked imports at destination ports, and depreciation of related currencies caused by US dollar interest rate hikes all have an impact on all chains of international trade.
In such a complicated situation, Google and its partner in China, Global Sou, held a special meeting to help foreign trade companies find a way out. The sales manager and operation director of Chemdo were invited to participate together, and gained a lot.
Post time: Nov-24-2022