A freight train fully loaded with cross-border e-commerce products set out on Sunday from the Cross-Border E-Commerce Comprehensive Pilot Zone at Alashankou Port in northwest China’s Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region. The cargo included solar energy components, clothes, textile products and kitchenware manufactured in Jiangsu and Zhejiang provinces, among other regions in east China, with a total product value of 5.587 million yuan (about $884,354). Officials at Alashankou Port, also known as Alataw Pass, said that 79.23 million cross-border e-commerce transactions worth 1.61 billion yuan (about $253 million) have been conducted at the port since it opened to cross-border e-commerce operations in January 2020, with goods produced in China shipped to Central Asia and Europe by road transportation or freight train services.


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