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Lanzhou approved to set up cross-border e-commerce comprehensive pilot zone

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The city of Lanzhou, together with 21 other cities across China, have been approved to set up cross-border e-commerce comprehensive pilot zones, according to a list released by the State Council on July 13.

The city of Lanzhou has established a cross-border e-commerce public services platform, according to the spokesman for Lanzhou Municipal Bureau of Commercial Affairs. Cross-border e-commerce supervision centers have been put into operation at the Lanzhou New Area Comprehensive Bonded Area and the Zhongchuan North Railway Station since May 29 this year, he added.

The city also learnt experiences from pilot zones in Tianjin, Hangzhou and 11 other cities, advanced the development of industrial parks, set up a batch of cross-border shopping stores, released policies to promote foreign trade and establish a special fund for the business, according to the spokesman.

The city will step up efforts to explore market in countries along the route of the Belt and Road Initiative and expand trade volume of cross-border e-commerce, he said.

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