In­ter­pre­ta­tion of 10 Key Words Re­lated with the In­ter­net Sec­tor from the Work Re­port

China's Foreign Trade (English) - - Special Report - By Lynn Yu

Dur­ing the Chi­nese Peo­ple’s Political Con­sul­ta­tive Con­fer­ence (CPPCC) and the Na­tional Peo­ple’s Congress (NPC), Pre­mier Li Ke­qing of the State Coun­cil men­tioned in the govern­ment work re­port key words of ten in­dus­tries re­lated with the In­ter­net : cross-border e-com­merce, In­ter­net Plus ac­tion plan, on­line learn­ing, dig­i­tal econ­omy, on­line shop­ping and shar­ing econ­omy. Two ex­perts from the China E-busi­ness Re­search Cen­ter in­ter­pret th­ese key words.

【Pre­mier’s work re­port】To make big moves to push for­ward the In­ter­net Plus ac­tion plan and the na­tional big data strat­egy, and fully im­ple­ment the Made in China 2025 ini­tia­tive.

【In­ter­pre­ta­tion】Ac­cord­ing to Cao Lei, the direc­tor of the China E-busi­ness Re­search Cen­ter, af­ter pro­posed for the first time in the year of 2015, the “In­ter­net Plus ac­tion plan” has been men­tioned in the govern­ment work re­port for three con­sec­u­tive years, which re­flects the state has at­tached great im­por­tance to “In­ter­net Plus ac­tion plan”. The essence

【Pre­mier’s work re­port】To im­prove mea­sures for boost­ing the de­vel­op­ment of for­eign trade and newly es­tab­lish 12 com­pre­hen­sive cross-border e-com­merce pi­lot zones, all of which will help im­ports and ex­ports to re­cover steadily.

【In­ter­pre­ta­tion】Dig­i­tal econ­omy is not only a new vari­able for the Chi­nese econ­omy to im­prove qual­ity and ef­fi­ciency, but also a new blue ocean for the Chi­nese econ­omy to trans­form and grow. That the im­pact of dig­i­tal econ­omy brings to China not only re­flects on the macro eco­nomic scale, but also pen­e­trates into each field of peo­ple’s pro­duc­tion and life. Be­hind the dig­i­tal econ­omy, it is the in­no­va­tion of de­vel­op­ment con­cept and tech­no­log­i­cal progress, and it is also the re­form of think­ing pat­tern, busi­ness mode and con­sump­tion model.

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