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Vice Mayor Sun Shiwen: To Accelerate the Application for the China (Haikou) Cross-border E-Commerce Pilot Zone
Date:2017-12-05    Click:1891    Source:党政办


    Mr. Sun Shiwen, Vice-Mayor of Haikou municipal government, paid a visit to Haikou Integrated Free Trade Zone(Haikou IFTZ) on November 30th for a progress update on development of the cross-border e-commerce and fixed-asset investment projects.

Mr. Sun Shiwen toured the inspection centre, sorting warehouse and industrial park for cross-border e-commerce as well as some fixed-asset investment projects

     A meeting was held between cross-border e-commerce companies and official departments involved, including the municipal government, the Administrative Committee of Haikou IFTZ, Customs, CIQ, the Municipal Business Bureau and the Municipal Office of Port Services to tackle the existing problems facing the emerging industry.
Before the meeting, Mr. Sun Shiwen toured the inspection centre, sorting warehouse and industrial park for cross-border e-commerce as well as some fixed-asset investment projects.

    During the meeting, Mr. Han Bin, Party Secretary of Haikou IFTZ, introduced the progress achieved in cross-border e-commerce and the problems facing future development. The Heads of Customs and CIQ also outlined their respective work and assured further support for cross-border e-commerce companies. Mr. Mo Juntao, general manager of Hainan Feixiang Cross-border E-Commerce Company, shared his own thinking on the advantages and current obstacles to developing cross-border e-commerce business in Haikou IFTZ.

     As Mr. Han Bin stated in the meeting, the cross-border e-commerce pilot zone in Haikou IFTZ has realized its initial mission, serving as a key project both at provincial and municipal level. In future, Haikou IFTZ will accelerate the application for China (Haikou) Cross-Border E-Commerce Pilot Zone and spare no effort in attracting businesses through quality service provision, required infrastructure and preferential policies.
     Mr. Sun Shiwen spoke highly of the joint efforts made by the Administrative Committee, Customs and CIQ towards the development of the cross-border e-commerce pilot zone. He expressed the municipal government’s continuing support for the development of cross-border e-commerce and recognised a need to further coordinate relevant departments so as to address current problems such as instability of the public service platform and high port duties. Beyond that, the municipal government will assist in applying for the China (Haikou) Cross-Border E-Commerce Pilot Zone.