Online shopping has seen a sharp uptick amid the pandemic, and a number of Chinese companies are looking to capitalise. Photo: ShutterstockOnline shopping has seen a sharp uptick amid the pandemic, and a number of Chinese companies are looking to capitalise. Photo: Shutterstock
Online shopping has seen a sharp uptick amid the pandemic, and a number of Chinese companies are looking to capitalise. Photo: Shutterstock

Coronavirus: e-commerce sales of China goods help pick up export slack amid pandemic

  • Many China firms turn to e-commerce for first time due to impact of coronavirus, with sales to overseas markets strong this past spring
  • Chinese government has rolled out new policies aimed as supporting e-commerce, particularly to help small, export-oriented businesses

Topic |   China economy
Online shopping has seen a sharp uptick amid the pandemic, and a number of Chinese companies are looking to capitalise. Photo: ShutterstockOnline shopping has seen a sharp uptick amid the pandemic, and a number of Chinese companies are looking to capitalise. Photo: Shutterstock
Online shopping has seen a sharp uptick amid the pandemic, and a number of Chinese companies are looking to capitalise. Photo: Shutterstock
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