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Three major difficulties for cross-border B2B companies

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Core reminder: Export is one of the troikas of the Chinese economy, but in recent years, major environmental changes have given China a huge challenge. First, after U.S. President Trump took office, he began admiring anti-global trade
Export is one of the troikas of China's economy, but in recent years, major environmental changes have given China a huge challenge in exporting. First, after President Trump took office, he began to advocate concepts such as anti-global trade. On the external environment, the export situation this year is also not good.

At the same time, the cost of the entire Chinese staff is also increasing, and the cost advantage of Chinese manufacturing has gradually disappeared.

In addition to major environmental changes, SMEs also face three major difficulties in the B2B field.

Recently, at the 2017 China (Longgang) Cross-border E-commerce Industry Summit, Wang Qiang, Deputy General Manager of Alibaba International Business South China Region, stopped deepening analysis of the current new trend of cross-border B2B, and pointed out that cross-border B2B enterprises should be launched. Demand breaks three major difficulties.

The first is the difficulty in obtaining orders. As cross-border trade behaviors become platformized and Internet-based, information is becoming more and more transparent, and prices are becoming more and more transparent. As a result, the cost of finding a buyer for each customer and enterprise will become higher and higher.

The second is difficulty in financing. Many banks are not open to SMEs, or some banks open the list of financing channels to SMEs. The cost of financing channels will still be very high. At the same time, the industry for financing SMEs is not very sensitive. Because many foreign buyers use credit cards to buy and sell , Or credit sales, but many banks based on the qualifications and background of SMEs will not allow these SMEs to receive credit or credit sales, so credit and credit sales will make many SMEs lose very high quality buyers.

The third is difficulty in circulation. Because the entire trade chain is very long, there are many opaque centers in this chain. At the same time, the entire foreign trade follow-up service and the entire foreign exchange settlement process are also very long.
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