getUrls?link=5a4a6235a50e5dc26b08494774d643de - Next week, cross-border e-commerce giants such as Alibaba and JD.com will gather in Zhengzhou. What are they going to do?

Henan Business Daily Chief Reporter Yang Guifang and intern Lu Shanwen/picture

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On September 14, a reporter from Henan Business Daily learned from the press conference of the Provincial Government Information Office that the Fourth Global Cross-border E-commerce Conference It will be held in Zhengzhou on 22-24. By then, a group of cross-border e-commerce giants such as Alibaba, JD.com, Vipshop, Dunhuang, Google, and Amazon will gather in Zhengzhou to discuss the new direction of cross-border e-commerce development under the global epidemic.

According to Gao Xiang, Director of the General Assembly Organizing Committee Office, Member of the Party Group of the Provincial Department of Commerce, and Deputy Director, the United Nations Office of South-South Cooperation, World Trade Organization, World Customs Relevant persons in charge of international organizations such as the Shanghai Cooperation Organization, G20 and “Belt and Road” countries’ embassies and consulates in China, heads of relevant national ministries and commissions, representatives of other comprehensive cross-border e-commerce pilot zones in China, well-known cross-border e-commerce Executives and representatives from business platforms, supply chains, logistics, financial services, and foreign trade comprehensive services will attend the meeting.

It is reported that important foreign guests who intend to attend the meeting include relevant leaders of Kyrgyzstan, Belarus, Indonesia and other countries; the UN Secretary-General’s Special Envoy, Director of South-South Cooperation Office , Deputy Director-General of the World Trade Organization, Secretary-General and Deputy Secretary-General of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization, Chairman of the World Customs Organization E-commerce Working Group, Secretary-General of APEC E-commerce Business Alliance; Minister of Economy of Mexico, Deputy State Secretary of the Ministry of International Affairs of Hungary (Ministerial level) , Vice Chairman of the Comte Region of France (Ministerial Level), Minister of Tourism of Zambia, Deputy Minister of Trade and Industry of Tanzania; and ambassadors, ministers, and counselors from nearly 20 countries in Asia, Africa, Europe and South America.

In addition, the Japan External Trade Organization, the Korea Trade Association, the European Chamber of Commerce, the Swiss Chamber of Commerce in China and other business associations participated in the meeting.

In China, Long Yongtu, Co-Chairman of Global CEO Development Conference, Chairman of China and Globalization Think Tank, Chairman of Global Cross-border E-Commerce Conference, Vice President of China International Economic Exchange Center Chairman Huang Qifan, Vice Chairman of China Center for International Economic Exchange Zhang Dawei, Counselor of the State Council, Vice Chairman of Youcheng Entrepreneur Poverty Alleviation Foundation Tang Min; relevant leaders of the Department of Foreign Trade, Department of E-commerce and Information Technology, General Administration of Customs, Ministry of Commerce, China-ASEAN Business Council, China Service Trade Association, China International Freight Forwarders Association, China Customs Brokers Association, China United Nations Procurement Promotion Association, China Asian Economic Development Association and other association leaders; Alibaba, Dunhuang, Jingdong, Vipshop, Jumei Youpin, Xiaohongshu, Global Tesco, Made in China, amanbo (Shenzhen Justice Network), Yibei, Google, Amazon, Yandex and other Chinese and foreign platform companies, logistics companies such as Zhongtong, YTO, Shentong, Yunda, China Business Aviation, Jinpeng Airlines, etc. , PingPong (Hangzhou 呯嘭), Lianlian, Qianhai and other payment companies, Global Tradelink integrated services and other corporate leaders and executives. (Chief editor, Huaijuan, editor Wu Bing, Xiong Ziwen)