Pakistani sellers to get training on Chinese market dynamics
By Khalid Aziz
ISLAMABAD, July 5 (Gwadar Pro) - Trade Development Authority of Pakistan (TDAP) has organized a three-day training, starting on July 6, for Pakistani sellers to learn about the Chinese market.
Pakistani Consulate General in Shanghai and China-SCO Institute of Economy and Trade have collaborated on the training to be undertaken by Alibaba Taobao Education, TDAP said on Monday.
The participants will learn about the Chinese market, its distribution system and portraits of Chinese consumers. Interpretation of general trade and cross border e-commerce models, analysis of cross border e-commerce platforms including Tmall Global, Global Shopping, Koala and analysis of the gateway to China are also among the topics to be covered during the extensive training.
The training also includes analysis of cross border e-commerce warehousing logistics mode as well as interpretation of import laws and regulations. The participants will also be trained on cross border e-commerce brand building and marketing, TDAP said.
The online training is open to all Pakistani sellers. During the training, certified lecturers by Alibaba Taobao Education will deliver six key lectures, each followed by a QA session, TDAP said.
Pakistani exports have registered an upward trend after the implementation of phase II of Free Trade Agreement between China and Pakistan. China has allowed duty free import of over 300 items from Pakistan, which has opened a new avenue for Pakistani traditional and online sellers.
This article originally appeared on Gwadar Pro.