It is estimated that in 2025, China's e-commerce sales will reach 2 trillion dollars!


Author:Guo Wenpei
Source: ennews

Recently, FedEx releasedHasThe white paper "Overview of E-commerce Trends" reveals the global e-commerce fieldin the pipelineThe most significant trends.


According to the report, during the epidemic, the global e-commerce market is accelerating its vigorous development. Enterprises of different sizes hope to develop their businesses with this trend. Therefore, more and more new enterprises have joined the field of e-commerce. According to FedEx's prediction, in the next five years, the average growth rate of global e-commerce will reach47%。


andAsian marketE-commerceGrowth ratebeHigher than the worldaverageLevel51%European market and North American marketThe growth rates of 42% and 35% are behind.reachIn 2025, the e-commerce market in the Middle East and Africa is expected to reach US $73 billion.


In addition, the report also highlighted the Chinese market. In the next few years, the growth of China's e-commerce field will be more ahead of that of other regions in Asia. According to FedEx's predictionIn 2025, China's e-commerce sales will grow to nearly 2 trillion dollars.


With the growing popularity of e-commerce in some developed areas, the second tier cities and rural areas have become the target markets for some brands to tap business opportunities. Some traditional offline retail stores are hoping to establish new contacts with customers through e-commerce platform, which is also a driving force for the future development of e-commerce.


Good e-commercerapid growthAlso foronline retailerslogisticstradecreateHasHuge development opportunities.According to the white paper released by FedEx,From 2021 to 2028, it is estimated thatGlobal E-commerceAnnual growth rate of logistics marketThe highest generalachieve6.6%And to2028Global e-commerceLogistics market scaleExpected to reachUS $118.847 billion.


Su Charlie, senior vice president of marketing and customer experience for FedEx Asia Pacific, Middle East and Africa, said:"Emerging technologies are changing consumer behavior and leading the next wave of e-commerce revolutionWin in the fierce e-commerce competitionEnterprises must constantly reconsider and shape the forms and channels of interaction with consumers.

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