China Customs Hosts Global Cross-Border E-Commerce Conference on Feb 9-10

[2018-02-12 12:42:21]

According to GACC information, the First Global Cross-Border E-Commerce Conference was co-hosted by the World Customs Organization (WCO) and China Customs from 9 to 10 February 2018 in Beijing, China. The theme of the Conference was: “An innovative, inclusive, strategic and collaborative approach to sustainable cross-border E-commerce”.
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This Conference brought together policy makers and experts from Customs administrations, relevant agencies and ministries, E-commerce operators, international organizations, regional economic communities and other stakeholders. The participants were provided with excellent opportunities to discuss the latest developments of fast-growing cross-border E-commerce.

Based on the progress made by the WCO, Customs administrations and other stakeholders, this event enabled all parties to, through collaborative thinking, find an innovative and widely-applicable solution for a secure, sustainable and dynamic cross-border E-commerce environment.

This Conference also provided a "Beijing Declaration" to convey the consensus and vision of worldwide Customs and other stakeholders on global cross-border E-commerce.

Participants had an opportunity to experience the Chinese culture and the hospitality of the Chinese people in the historical city of Beijing.

By joining this Conference (visit

DISCUSS the evolving commercial landscape driven by cross-border e-commerce;

UNDERSTAND existing and emerging challenges, business models and regulatory requirements;

LEARN about the latest work of the WCO and its partners;

LISTEN to leading experts’ ideas on different facets of E-commerce;

SHARE work experience, best practices, practical solutions and innovative pilots/initiatives;

EXPAND business networks and explore new opportunities;

At China National Convention Center, Beijing, China on 9th–10th February 2018;

For the conference agenda, please visit
Source: China Customs