As 40% china online consumers buy foreign goods, cross-border e-commerce in China will hit $85.76 billion this year according to the analysis of eMarketer.
China B2C Market Stats & Insights
On March 24 2016, China Ministry of Finance, the General Administration of Customs and the State Administration of Taxation jointly issued the “notice on cross-border e-commerce retail import tax policies”.
China’s online retail market reached 945.1 billion yuan (US$143.5 billion) with a growth rate of 45% in Q3 2015 according to Analysys. The growth rate was lower compared with the previous quarters in 2015.
Transaction values of China’s B2C online market reached 503.6 billion yuan (US$78.58 billion) with an increase of 49.7% in the third quarter of 2015 compared to the same period in 2014 according to Analysys.
Transactions of China’s apparel online shopping market reached 413.05 billion yuan (US$65.08 billion) in H1 2015, including women and men’s clothes and excluding bags, shoes and children’s clothes.
Total retail sales of China consumer goods were 26.24 trillion yuan (US$4.11 trillion) in 2014, an increase of 12% compared to the previous year. The growth rate of the Chinese retail market has dropped for five consecutive years. More than two-tenths of responding retailers have reduced opening new stores and the average number of employees […]
Transaction value of China’s mothercare products on the online shopping platforms reached 190.24 billion yuan (US$29.67 billion) in the first half of 2015, including products such as infant formula, supplementary foods, diapers, baby supplies, baby clothing, toys, pregnant women supplies and so on.
China’s personal care online shopping market included goods as oral hygiene products, hair care products, body care products, facial cleaning products, cosmetics, perfumes, etc. Transaction values of China’s personal care online shopping market was 206.88 billion yuan (US$32.60 billion) in H1 2015.
In Q2 2015, China’s online shopping market reached 872.54 billion yuan (US$136.77 billion), with a high level increase of 39.6%, which accounted for 12.3% of total retail value compared with 10% in 2014.
China Internet Magazine released a list of top 100 e-commerce companies in China in Q3 2015.
China’s top 4 B2C websites, JD, Jumei, Dangdang and Vipshop announced financial reports in Q2 2015, JD further inproved its business scale while suffering from greater losses. Jingdong lost over 1.8 billion yuan in the past year.
In Q1 2015, China online shopping transaction value exceeded RMB757.41 billion (USD$123.51 million) with an increase of 45.2% from the same period of last year. According to the data of National Bureau of Statistics in Q1 2015, online shopping transaction value accounted for 10.7% of total retail consumer goods.