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Interview: Chinese companies promote cross-border e-commerce training for domestic & foreign SMEs


08-06-2016 13:06 BJT

Full coverage: G20 Hangzhou Summit

Chinese companies are promoting cross-border e-commerce training programs for small business owners around the world. This year, the program is a major policy recommendation from B20 business leaders. CCTV's Han Peng sat down with Diane Wang, CEO of China's leading e-commerce company DH-gate, to learn more about the program.

DHgate CEO: E-commerce a boost for SMEs to go global

"You've been a very active promoter of the training programs for small and medium sized enterprises to engage in global e-commerce. And this year, the program has been written into the B20 policy recommendation paper. Why is this program so important for you and for DHgate?"

DHgate CEO: China taking the lead in global e-commerce

"As you said, China is taking the lead in holding these trainings on e-commerce. You've been working in the e-commerce industry for over a decade. Why do you think China has become the lucky country to have so much experience in the industry? Why is it not, say, the US or Japan?"

DHgate CEO: Training foreign SMEs a win-win cooperation

"China's position as a manufacturing giant has attracted global attention. It has also raised concerns in some country, which say that China is selling cheap products to their countries, and threatening their jobs and market. As we are now moving the trade onto the internet, do you feel the similar pressure when you are trying to promote e-commerce in these countries?"

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