(original title: report 2020 1/4 Chinese people will have little impact on the Internet scouring tax policy)
Reference News Network reported on June 25th Hong Kong media said, according to industry experts, due to competitive pricing and a higher standard of living demand, by 2020, the total population of Chinese in 1/4 is expected to order goods through cross-border e-commerce channels. An analysis of e-commerce market research company said that due to overseas businesses provide better prices and types, demand for foreign goods will continue to maintain a "strong", although in April to start the implementation of new cross-border e-commerce tax policy.
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"South China Morning Post" website reported on June 17th, recently, a report in electronic commerce market research company said that in 2014 launched the Alibaba Tmall international and Internet retailer Jingdong Jingdong global purchase last year also help to promote the Chinese mainland cross-border online shopping growth.
reported that in 2015, the number of Chinese cross-border online shopping increased by more than 70%, an increase of nearly 40% in 2014. The report attributed the increase to an increasing awareness of foreign products and a higher standard of living in china.
e-commerce market research firm predicts that by the end of ten, China will have more than 291 million people through the network to order goods from overseas merchants, this figure exceeds the population of Indonesia.
in April, the Chinese government implemented a new tax policy, which aims to manage overseas online shopping. Prior to this, the import of goods purchased on the Internet through the retail site is treated as personal mail, need to bear the parcel tax, that is, if the value is not more than 1000 yuan, a tax of about $10%.
reported that, according to the new tax structure, cross-border shopping behavior through the network channels will assume higher tariffs. Although tariffs and taxes vary greatly according to imported goods, they will almost certainly exceed 10%.
however, analysts believe that the industry will not be adversely affected by additional taxes. Huo Jinjie, President of IDC China, said: "there may be some impact, but will not be the main impact. Chinese demand for overseas products is increasing because they want better product quality and brand image. Consumers are willing to pay more for this kind of shopping."
said that about 15% of China’s population this year, the average cost per person on overseas online shopping will reach $473.26, a total of $85 billion 760 million. Chinese largest e-commerce giant Alibaba said last year that the consumer has more than 1/3 during the double eleven Shopping Festival held in November to buy from the international brand or business products, including American businesses to consumers Chinese sold most of imported goods. (compile / Yin Xia)