“Made in Shenzhen” is popular in the international market, and the export of consumer electronic and electrical products is growing significantly

Shenzhen continued to promote cross-border trade facilitation, with imports and exports increasing by nearly 20% year-on-year in the first half of this year. In the first half of this year, GDP grew by 12.7% year on year. Major indicators such as industry, consumption, investment and imports and exports continued to rebound. In the first year of the 14th Five-year Plan, the Chinese economy has delivered a semi-annual report of sustained and steady recovery.


In the first half of this year, Despite the COVID-19 outbreak, Shenzhen still made outstanding achievements in foreign trade. The reporter learned from Shenzhen Customs that in the first half of the year, shenzhen’s import and export volume was 1.59 trillion yuan, up 19.3% year on year and 19.1% compared with the first half of 2019. In the second half of this year, we will further improve port facilitation, deepen the application of local functions of Shenzhen’s “single window” platform for international trade, speed up the launch of local features such as whole-process logistics assessment, international pooling, intelligent customs declaration, etc., build a comprehensive service platform and system for foreign trade based on big data resources, and continuously improve the effectiveness of customs clearance. Promote the pilot market procurement trade, relying on the market cluster area to build high-quality foreign trade street; We will expand trials of enterprise-to-individual and enterprise-to-enterprise export supervision for cross-border e-commerce, and support enterprises in jointly building and sharing a number of high-quality overseas warehouses. Strive to establish a national digital service export base, expand digital products and services.