Guangzhou has taken first place, in terms of volume of goods, among six cities operating cross-border e-commerce customs policies on a trial basis, according to a statement released by Guangzhou Customs on August 14.
Guangzhou Customs cleared 5.89 million shipments of goods worth more than 300 million yuan ($48.76 million), through cross-border e-commerce by August 10. The goods involved six e-commerce platforms and 34 online vendors.
Guangdong Postal Express & Logistics Co declared 5.8 million shipments in exports. Imports amounted to 90,000 shipments, which involved more than 70,000 consumers.