Shar­ing econ­omy

China's Foreign Trade (English) - - Special report -

Re­port We will sup­port the de­vel­op­ment of【 】a shar­ing econ­omy and see that re­sources are used more ef­fi­ciently and that more peo­ple take part and ben­e­fit.

In­ter­pre­ta­tion Ac­cord­ing to the anal­y­sis of Cao【 】Lei, China’s well-known think tank ex­pert of the In­ter­net Plus na­tional strat­egy, and di­rec­tor of China E-busi­ness Re­search Cen­ter, the con­cept of shar­ing econ­omy means to en­able all the cit­i­zens to share the achieve­ments of eco­nomic de­vel­op­ment af­ter re­form and open­ing up so as to nar­row the big rich-poor gap. Shar­ing econ­omy is re­garded as a busi­ness model dur­ing the next decade. Shar­ing econ­omy is an eco­nomic pat­tern to stim­u­late eco­nomic ben­e­fits by mas­sively ac­ti­vat­ing eco­nomic sur­plus, which has ex­am­ples in such do­mains as on­line car book­ing, on­line short-term rent­ing and cater­ing take­out. De­fined by op­ti­mal re­source al­lo­ca­tion with less en­ergy con­sumed, shar­ing econ­omy is able to achieve op­ti­mal so­cial re­source al­lo­ca­tion and more ef­fi­cient so­cial co­op­er­a­tion.

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