The 4th Optics Valley Global Cross-Border E-commerce Forum was held on September 8 in Wuhan, capital of central China’s Hubei province. Officials from over 100 counties and cities nationwide, owners of over 500 Chinese enterprises, as well as e-commerce platforms from Brazil, Germany, India, America, Chile, Malaysia, etc. attended the forum, discussing ways to realize the global market.
Famous B2B platforms such as Tradekey, Tradeindia, Yeatrade, Juntoz.com, ebay and China’s Focus Technology Co., Ltd. carried out negotiations for cooperation with merchant from home and abroad.
Jorge Heine, Chilean ambassador to China, said, Chile was the third largest wine supplier to China. He hoped more Chinese and Hubei products could enter South American market through the “port” of Chile.
CBEC365.com, Hubei’s leading cross-border e-commerce company, signed a cooperation agreement with the Biobio Region of Chile to build a cross-border e-commerce industrial park.
According to Zheng Yuhong, CEO of CBEC365.com, the company plans to build a global cross-border e-commerce base in Optics Valley.