Since 2016, the proportion of China's middle-class population in the total population has increased steadily. At the same time, the scale of China's cross-border e-commerce users has maintained a high range.
With the rise of China's middle class and its promotion of consumption upgrading, China's cross-border e-commerce demand will face great development potential in the future.
Cross-border shoppers purchase more frequently, and about 87% of the surveyed by iResearch make overseas online shopping at least once a month. The unit price of overseas shopping is relatively high, and more than 64% of users have an average of more than RMB 500 per order in the past year.
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