At the end of 2014, the global online shopping tra

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By the end of 2014, the global online shopping transaction volume is expected to exceed US $trillion

the 2011 China (Shanghai) International online shopping Conference opened here on the 16th. Nie Linhai, deputy inspector of e-commerce and informatization of the Ministry of Commerce of China, said that during the "12th Five Year Plan" period, the Ministry of Commerce of China will vigorously promote the rapid development of online shopping and strive to reach the end of the "12th Five Year Plan", Online shopping transactions account for more than 5% of China's total retail sales of consumer goods

as the main business form of global e-commerce development, online shopping has experienced the test of the international financial crisis, and has ranked among the hot industries with the best growth in the world. According to statistics, the global online shopping transaction volume exceeded US $800billion in 2010, and it is expected that the global online shopping transaction volume will exceed US $100billion by the end of 2014

the development pace of China's "purchasing industry" is remarkable. Nie Linhai revealed that China's e-commerce has developed rapidly. As an important part of e-commerce, online retail sales totaled 500billion yuan in 2010

according to the 27th statistical report on the development of China Internet released by the manufacturer of new high-performance plastics in China Internet information, by the end of December 2010, the number of Chinese citizens had reached 457million yuan. Zou Lei, CO president of iResearch consulting, said that in 2010, the number of online shopping users in China reached 148 million, accounting for nearly one third of China's Internet people, that is, one of the three Chinese people participated in online shopping

the rise of Internet penetration has led to the vigorous development of China's "shopping industry". From ordinary shopping and consumption to group shopping, which has become popular in recent years, online consumption is popular among Chinese consumers. 3. People without corrosive media around are popular. Sha Hailin, director of the Shanghai Municipal Commission of Commerce, said that in recent years, the Shanghai shopping industry has maintained a rapid growth momentum. In 2010, the proportion of Shanghai shopping transaction volume in the total retail sales of social consumer goods has exceeded 5%. Although many food enterprises such as network utilization rate and network shopping rate are not producers of food contact materials, they all rank in the forefront of China. China

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