Beijing city administration will frame policies for training couriers and also lay down standards for delivery vehicles to promote well-coordinated development of logistics and e-commerce.
As a result, the number of companies providing products and services online are expected to increase. The number of wholesalers and retailers indulging in e-commerce activities are also likely to increase.
Moreover, the city administration will also assist small and medium enterprises to embrace e-commerce, and also promote online trade in residential and rural areas, the report said. (RKS)
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