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The Impact of Cross-Border E-Commerce Development on China's Traditional International Trade Under the New Normal of Economy

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DOI: 10.25236/edbm.2020.154


Xi Yang

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Xi Yang


With the popularization of Internet technology and the development of the new normal of economy, the development mode of cross-border e-commerce is born. Cross border e-commerce is an e-commerce shopping mode to break the gap of time, space and distance, so that residents of all countries can use Internet technology to buy things. Cross border e-commerce, on the one hand, is conducive to promoting exchanges between different countries, strengthening economic and trade cooperation and exchanges, and exchanging goods; on the other hand, it is conducive to optimizing the allocation of commodity resources, so that consumers in different regions can realize the freedom of purchase, purchase the goods they want, and promote the upgrading of consumption structure. The rapid development of cross-border e-commerce promotes the development of China's traditional international trade, promotes the innovation and development of products in China's traditional trade, develops the characteristic localized economy, and creates a new product economy. It also brings crisis to China's traditional international trade, affects the number of export products, and is forced to change the product structure and reduce economic returns. This paper briefly explains the current situation of the development of cross-border e-commerce under the new normal of economy, analyzes the impact of cross-border e-commerce on China's traditional international trade, and puts forward corresponding solutions and measures, hoping to effectively promote the long-term and healthy development of China's traditional international trade..


New Normal of Economy, Cross Border E-Commerce, Tradition, International Trade, Influence