Analysis of Regional Imbalance of E-commerce in China
Keywords:e-commerce, regional imbalance, China
AbstractWith the rapid development of knowledge economy in the 21st century, e-commerce is undoubtedly a more popular topic, with high efficiency and low cost in all areas. However, regional imbalance of e-commerce is a new problem in China. In this paper, we present an explanation from eight perspectives to analyze the causes of this phenomenon: economic level, Internet penetration, government policy, credit system, logistics, enterprise participation, talent, and customers’ attitude. Based on analysis of the reasons for the regional imbalance of e-commerce, this paper puts forth suggestions for future developing e-commerce in the three different areas.
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