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Developing Asia in the Era of Cross-border E-commerce

Developing Asia in the Era of Cross-border E-commerce
Date:
4 October 2017
Authors:
Lurong Chen
Tags:
E-commerce, Innovation and Technology, Trade, Infrastructure

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Cross-border e-commerce has been a major development trend of international trade and globalization. In the next 5–10 years, the top three fastest-growing markets in the world–India, Indonesia, and Malaysia–will all come from Asia. Connectivity is the cornerstone of e-commerce development. E-commerce supporting connectivity aims to ease free information flow, logistics, free cash flow, and seamless links between the virtual and physical parts of e-commerce network. Accordingly, policy efforts include: increasing the supply of public goods to improve connectivity infrastructure in both physical world and cyberspace; establishing rules and regulations to ensure dynamics and competition of online marketplace; improving connectivity-derived services to generate more value added; prioritizing smartphone economy and Internet financial innovation, and collaboration in the region-wide E-commerce supporting environment.

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